Cioppino was on the table today along with a feta/olive/cucumber/tomato salad. We sopped up the last of the stew with some olive bread. It was a feast David rounded up from the shelves and isles of Ballard’s Town and Country Market (open 24 hrs). www.townandcountrymarkets.com
While we’re here at the new digs in Ballard, let’s take a look around.
The corner of the corner office.
“Andy Warhol”, 1970, painted by Alice Neal (www.aliceneel.com).
David’s palate from making beaded rings for Family Day at the Bellevue Arts Museum. David, Ruth, Sharon and I had a great time with the kids and their families yesterday. Thanks to the museum staff for jumping in and helping out.
David’s studio table.
Betty in the new studio.
One more from the Bellevue Arts Museum show, “Two Hands, Twenty Years and a Billion Beads”.
That’s the “Wardrobe Malfuntion” piece that we’ve been following in the blog.
Today’s lesson: compare and contrast.