I did not linger over the jewelry. It was beautiful, but I seldom wear jewelry and so I already own more than I really need.
But, oh, my, there were some breathtaking works on exhibit. Photographing was not allowed. I was not feeling very wealthy, but I did get myself some prints.
The matted print was done by a woman on my street who was a crafter for years but then took watercolor painting lessons after a bout of cancer. Her work is lovely, so filled with spirit. I plan to take that one home with me.
The beach chair, done by another artist, will go over my computer desk in the Florida house. The same woman did the wedding pavilion, located at the Bay Preserve in Osprey. I had taken a picture of that the previous week when I was scouting around.
I also bought this ceramic fish. I plan to hang it in the kitchen.
As you can see, I kind of go for the fish motif here at the Florida house. Here they are swimming on the wall of the lanai.
I had a great day!