This is the best I could do to photograph it, but you get the general idea. The colors are still so vibrant that I just wonder how bright it must have been when it was first constructed!
Of course I wasn't able to use my flash, so the colors are a bit distorted and more yellowed. But you can see that this was and still is a remarkable piece.
We next viewed the works of artist Art Rosenbaum, who was born in the U.S. in 1938 and now resides in Athens. His pieces are very colorful and incorporate many highly stylized scenes from the surrounding area. I thoroughly enjoyed viewing his murals and could have spent hours examining the details.
Later we met up with Letty Smith, another of C's cousins, for dinner. It was a fun family get together, for no other reason than to simply enjoy one another's company (i.e.: no wedding, no funeral, no holiday!). Thanks guys, I enjoyed it!
I didn't quite finish posting pics from my class with Rayna Gillman at John C. Campbell Folk School. So hopefully Blogger will allow another couple of photos.
Ah, no, not today....well, you'll just have to wait until tomorrow. I also have a couple of pictures from the fabulous wedding we attended last weekend in Atlanta, so stay tuned for more! Afer all, I'm BACK!!!!