GAR days

6 . 27 . 15 | Summer Isn’t Always a Bummer

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Thank you to everyone who came out to the Residency Show, even though it was a rain soaked night!

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Gartist in Residence, Grace Ndiritu, looking fabulous next to the Eatsie Boys food truck.

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Wild Moccasins were able to finish their set right before the storm set in! Thanks for a great show guys!

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Cat Koozies! Cat Koozies! Cat Koozies! If you could correctly answer a Greek mythology trivia question posed by Lucy Sparrow you may have walked away with one of these GAR commemorative beauties!

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After the Residency Show opening we headed out for our annual West Texas field trip. On the way out there we stopped at the Sonora caves. It’s a strange, crystal world down there!

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A Mountain GARfrog eagerly watches breakfast being made.

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Back at GAR proper we see that under Sallie’s eternal optimism our Plant People invite has blossomed into this! Anyone else get any gardens from their invites?

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The swallowtail larvas have been shape-shifting.

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But if anyone out there knows what kind of butterfly this guy will become, please let us know! Because it sure is pretty!

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2 thoughts on “6 . 27 . 15 | Summer Isn’t Always a Bummer

  1. Thank you for your kindness, understanding, advice for an artists like myself that is struggling with my career, education goals/ My favorite artist, is Dan Schmahl, his works brings out the gypsy in my soul.

  2. Reblogged this on A Kind Of Single Lady and commented:
    Galveston Artist Residency exists on Galveston Island thanks to a couple of people who saw the potentional here. They always bring great things…even when I don’t particularly agree with the “art students” view on “art” from time to time. BTW…The Wild Moccasins did a beautiful job and that lead singer has amazing charisma. I hope to see her really go places. And the storm finish was beautiful.

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