This J was part of the name sign to a booth.
I really liked this narrow architectural piece.
But I talked myself out of it.
This garden angel made me think of spring.
I picked up two small brass owls and was about to call it a day. Then I went back to one booth I had stopped by earlier. I noticed a basket on the floor with some picture frames. I looked through them and found a piece of art. I recognized the signature and wondered could it be for real.
The $7.95 price tag encouraged me to buy it.
When I got home I checked on DeAnn Hebert's Instagram page to review her artwork. For a long time I have loved her depiction of churches, barns, dancers, and cottonfields. I've even tried to copy her style in a few of my amateur paintings. I love the way she uses blues, browns, grays, and golds.
I found the print listed and this information:
10x10 Mini "clarabelle & dolly" gallery wrapped canvas print $95
April 27, 2015
Needless to say, I was thrilled with my bargain find.
So you just never know what you will find as you take part in the quest.