A little bit of last night’s fun

It would have been a great time even if wine hadn’t been involved, but in this case the wine also happened to be pretty good. A few scenes from my reception for the Sky Pads exhibit last night at the Gallery at the Inn at Harbor Shores in St. Joseph, Michigan. The show will run through mid-January 2017.


Me, the short one, along with my dressage trainer and two of our quadrille members. The wine was good…


Looks like the wine was good for the other guests too.


The “monster” painting in the background. Good thing it wasn’t interested in partaking of wine.


Interested, friendly, inquiring group of guests. I was kept busy most of the evening answering questions. Barely had time to snap a few photos.

I also had the opportunity to give a talk to an art history class visiting the exhibit, and to answer a multitude of their questions. I so enjoy conversing with folks who are genuinely interested in my art, and this evening’s experience was one of the best I have ever had! Thanks awesomely due to the curator, Susan Wilczak, and all the others who helped put this event together!

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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6 Responses to A little bit of last night’s fun

  1. Clover says:

    Congrats, Alli! Or should I say “Cheers!?” LOL

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  2. Congratulations! You sure have been busy crating all of this, quite the undertaking!
    Wonderful feel to have it all come together like this of course. Enjoy!

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  3. i’ve been offline mos of the time but have kept an eye on what’s happening, and it all seemed very positive.. seeing this confirms it – and wow, what a great space!

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