And I can report that the staff at the Starbucks across the street is quick and friendly. I haven't been in one of those since I lived in Seattle, but if you live in Los Alamos, things are a little different than the rest of rural New Mexico. (For example they have a REAL grocery store--meaning the produce is edible and they even have some organic stuff. I have to stop there before I get overly expressive about the benefits of living in Los Alamos vs Espanola.)
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Fuller Lodge Report
Here I am last night at the Fuller Lodge show in Los Alamos (Espanola Valley Fiber Arts show). This piece is called Awakenings III and it was woven probably in 2005. People there seemed to like it. The show was well done especially considering the small space. They had adequate lighting, snacks (one woman had gluten free chocolate chip cookies!! which made my day), name tags, and some really nice people making sure it all turned out well. The work in the show (which was juried) was very nice.
Posted by Rebecca Mezoff