Is it more fun to make them or eat them...... Yummy in the tummy!
My artsy loot from the two art fairs last weekend: coffee cup, flowerpot, cutting board, candle, two handmade soaps and a decorative plate. (Jewelry for my daughter not pictured)
About 20 artist booths offered eager art fans and handicraft shoppers an array of beautiful choices from 9 am to 4 pm on Sunday afternoon in the Artworks building parking lot.
For me to attend two different art fairs in one weekend was incredible since all the other art fairs this summer were canceled due to Covid-19.
Potter Colleen showed her beautiful pottery at the Lakeville art fair at the Lakeville Area Arts Center in Lakeville, near to Eagan. So glad to attend a non-virtual, non-ZOOM art fair! Almost all of the art fairs were cancelled this summer - ugh!
Saturday, 10 - 5 pm
Sunday, 10 - 5 pm
Artworks in Eagan received a big check on Wednesday at the Eagan Rotary Club lunch meeting. The club president presented the check to two representatives from Artworks.
Artworks is a charitable organization which supports art, art education, art exhibits and offers art studio space in a building on Pilot Knob Road.
Photo by: Sherie Wallace
This beautiful old church reminds me of Europe. Trinity Lone Oak Lutheran Church was built by pioneer German Lutherans who settled in the village of Eagan, now one of Minnesota's largest cities.