“Hey Parker, ready to go again?”
“I think so.”
“It’s getting pretty late, so we probably won’t make the Loring Park Art Fair, and might have to make a quick trip though Powderhorn.”
“That’s okay Kearn. I’d rather be well rested and enjoy what we see.”
“Okay, let’s go hop in the car.”
After a brief drive across town, we hopped out, and…
“That’s a good idea Parker.”
So, after much ado, we finally made it over our first booth of the Powderhorn Art Fair – Dan Parker’s Parker Project (no website to link to):
Next we walked by Jon Offutt’s House of Mulciber booth.
“But I can’t see Kearn, I’m too short!”
At that Jon came over. “Hi there little guy, just hop right on up there so you can see better. Here, I’ll give you a hand.”
“Parker, I’ve already told you, you can’t eat the art. Now come on, I think I hear some music you might like.”
“Okay. Thanks again for the lift Jon! Hmm, I do kind of like that sound. Where’s it coming from?”
“Kearn, I’m getting thirsty. Could we go get a drink?”
“Sure Parker, it looks like that next booth, Ascension Art Glass, has a water bowl out front. Maybe you could ask the pretty girls working there if you could have a drink.”
“Excuse me miss, could I have a drink from you water bowl?”
“Why yes, of course! That’s what it’s there for!”
“Come on in and take a look around. Hop on up, I bet you’d look great in yellow.”
“Here, take a look at some of our other tables too. Hop right on over!”
But, just as we had started talking with the super nice people at Ascension Art Glass…
Parker got spooked and ran off again. (Raptor courtesy of Kay Schneider of Iowa City, IA (no website). )
By time I caught up to him, he had wandered into a strange land.
It turns out he was in Steve Brewster’s Moon Bay Artglass Studio (no website) of Poteau, OK.
“It sure does Parker. I think that may be all the art we’ll see today.”
“Okay, but we still have to go check if there are any geese to talk to before we go. Come on!”
“Slow down Parker!”
“Come on Kearn, we’ve got to get home and tell Sinclair we know where Minnie is!”
To be continued… (though probably not for a couple of weeks).