The People and the Signs

Diverse groups of people from all around the country gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. They rallied, sang, hugged and stood still all in hopes of having their voices heard and signs read.  Click the link and enjoy…http://smu.gs/1aFQoS5

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REmerging TEchnologies

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If you just happen to be passing through Manassas, VA and need something to do.  Take a walk into the Candy Factory, a beautiful old brick building that many moons ago housed a thriving business that created decadent sweet treats but now is home to the Center for the Arts.  There you will find REmerging Technologies, a show that mixes talented artist using old school (really old school) & new school technologies.  The featured artist is Don Hurlbert, GC Schow & Strauss.  The show runs until September 19, 2013, so go check it out.  Of course, I took a few pictures click the link and enjoy… http://smu.gs/128j4hp

Center for the Arts at the Candy Factory – Caton Merchant Family Gallery

9419 Battle Street, Manassas, VA 20110

Mon-Fri. 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sat. 1-5 pm

www.center-for-the-arts.org

Anacostia

Wednesday was a lazy day, so I went for a drive and ended up at Anacostia Park in South East Washington, DC. It was an awesome day, here’s a little video for you to see a little of what I saw. Click the link and enjoy…. http://smu.gs/16A6lUu

Aphra Adkins

I walked up the steps to the Veracruz Gallery not knowing what to expect not having ever been there before.  When I reached the landing, I saw art covering the walls that looked as if it were there to stay.  Then as I turn to my left there sat two racks of clothing. On them hung, dresses, skirts, tops, and bottoms.   Some in subtle grays alongside vibrant reds and blues. I loved the flirty dresses. I say flirty because I would wear one out on a date or to get a date ;-)!  Anywho, every clothing item there was made by the hands of Aphra Adkins.  Her pieces are amazing.  If you’re into fashion and want a piece that is unique and you don’t feel the need to see 10,000 other people wearing the same thing, you defiantly need to get in contact with Aphra Adkins. By the way, I took some pics, click the link and enjoy….http://smu.gs/11oQF6p

Oh, by the way here is the link to her site: aphraadkins.com