I, Zeb the Duck, enjoyed Denver’s Art and Music Festival at Sloan’s Lake.
Mom and I listened to Steve Werges play the guitar and sing.
Walking around the festival, we admired these photographs.
Aren’t they great? Paint The World Custom Tie Dyes had lots of stuff.
We liked these dresses,
but mom did not bring any home. We talked to Keith of Lars Metal Art and admired his pictures.
These are made of metal. Many are copper that he pounds from the back. This one is multiple layers of copper to show depth.
He also designs and mounts backsplashes and doors for your home. His art is amazing. Visit http://www.larsmetalarts.com We really like it and we like Keith. These bowls are porcelain pottery.
These are made in Pine, Colorado (about 45 miles from Denver). The artist said the bowls are very nice filled with water and floating candles. Next we admired granite serving platters from Rough Around the Edge. Visit http://www.RoughAroundTheEdge.com The granite can be heated or cooled and will hold the temperature for hours.
These great trays are attractive and also very useful. Many also have small candle holders. The wick will never burn out and the small reservoir is fill with oil that burns. Very nice! This is Barry from Art Glass Jewelry.
His jewelry is made of layers of fused glass. Visit him at http://www.ArtGlassJewelry.etsy.com Mom just couldn’t resist. This pendant now lives at our house.
It really is pretty. Cliff of CSimmons Fine Art & Photography Studio takes great photographs and then makes painting from the photos. He also makes cards with some photos. We loved this squirrel.
He is just like the ones in our yard. Visit Cliff on Facebook at email@example.com So this greeting card came home with us also. As we were leaving, we saw all these tall sculptures.
I like them! And, in case you were wondering, this festival was at Sloan’s Lake in Denver, and there really is a lake here.
It is a rather large lake with a sidewalk trail for hiking. Water sports are here also. We like the stand up paddle boarding and the sailboat.
You would like to visit Sloan’s Lake. We do.