Thoughts for Thursday: Local Art Show

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Last night, I went to my very first art show. The art show just happened to take place on the same street that I live on,  so it was very convenient and a no brainer that I had to check it out. I kind of had an idea as to what to expect, but it blew my expectations out of the water.  By the time I got there, the show had been going on for about 7 hours and was jammed packed. I had never seen so many ladies in my neighborhood, much less all in one house! This house was perfection, and the absolute best location for this type of event.  The setup was beautiful, plus they served wine! Win for me.

The art show was featuring several different local designers and artists, a few of which I follow on Insta and have been eyeing all of the gorgeous pieces of art. One of the first designers is Shanlou.  This is a co-ownership of two extremely talented women who design and make beautiful necklaces and bracelets. Anywhere from horse tail tassel to stone to spike to tusks to to arrows to crosses. You get the idea...lots of options! 
Another shop featured was Marquin Designs. She has the most beautiful modern, abstract and vibrant pieces, including pillows! 

There were several more local artists that showcased precious prints, clay pots, necklaces, bracelets, headbands, etc. 

Please excuse the indoor lighting

I'm not sure how often they have these, but I'll definitely go back next time. Do you have any local events like this in your area? 

I'm linking up with Annie and Natalie today, so thank you ladies!

Be sure to check back in tomorrow for Can't Live Without It's linkup with Steph, Caitlin and Laura


  1. I'm always amazed at how talented some people are!! Looks like there were so many goodies and right in your back yard!! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

  2. Oh man I love this art work!!! WIsh I could have gone :) Chelsea @

  3. Did you end up buying anything? I love thank you cards, bracelets, and ring dishes! So pretty


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