I have an exciting day planned today! (Thursday, February 9, 2012) I will be spending the day shopping & “manning” the Northwest Stone Sculptor’s Association
booth at The NW Flower & Garden Show. This event is aways amazing… There are hundreds of garden displays, seminars and vendors to peruse.
The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association is a group that I love – amazingly gifted artists who share my passion for carving rocks. I’m currently their “virtual assistant” helping out with design, marketing, website updates & cultivating social media.
So if you happen to be at the Flower & Garden Show, stop by booths #2401 & 2403 (NWSSA has two booths & twice the amount of sculpture this year to celebrate their 25th Anniversary). I’ll be there Thursday afternoon, however I encourage you to stop by & pick up a chisel & hammer and chip away at our demo sculpture in progress!
photo by Pat Barton, NWSSA member
A Floral Symphony
The garden show theme, “A Floral Symphony,” is inspiring the show garden creators to design gardens influenced by music, including concertos, ballads, and blues. Others draw a storyline from the art of music composition or the soothing sounds of nature. Both music lovers and gardening aficionados will enjoy seeing these spectacular gardens brought to life as they herald spring at the beloved annual show. Many of our show gardens will also feature musicians at various times of the day, so you can enjoy the lilting sounds of soft melodies along with the inspirational gardens.
Posted on February 8, 2012 at 8:38 pm
Category: Seattle Events, Uncategorized
Tagged Northwest Flower & Garden Show, NWSSA, Sculpture, seattle