Friday, April 10, 2009

More Texas Booth Pics

Absolutely amazing surface on this early Cigar Store Indian from Michigan dealer, Tom Hampton. Tom had some fabulous folk art and walls full of early paintings.

Lisa owner of Inner Pieces from Atlanta, GA had this amazing HUGE (and I do mean HUGE) vintage photograph from France. I loved it!!! I wanted it!!!! And, I still do - but it was out of my budget because at the moment I have other fish to fry (you'll here about that on Monday or Tuesday).

This is one of two photographs that I had in my booth. The photo was taken in the 1970s by photographer Kris Kristoferson (not the singer) of an old sign in the Vegas Sign Graveyard. It was printed on watercolor paper to give it a painterly look. The film was manipulated as well which gives it an interesting style. It didn't sell (wrong type of crowd) so it's going to hang with the other one taken in the same graveyard in my house. I'll snap a pic of the other and post it on another day.

An absolute "kickin" "stylin" booth from my dear friends from - winter in Florida - summer in Maine - Dave and Green Dave (our close friends know what this means)

It just wouldn't be Texas without a booth filled with vintage cowboy boots.

19th Century American carousel piece from Mary

Stunning Garden Urns from Marshall in New Orleans.

A stunning booth by Nashville antique dealer, Randy Farmer and his partner Micheal (who sometimes supplements their income with table dances at the Junk Gypsy Prom). And, speaking of the Junk Gypsy Prom - I'll have highlights from the prom on Monday. You will love this!! And, I'll talk about the parties.

The Beverly Hillbillies do Marburger!!!!!!!!


Elizabeth said...

Seems like your Texan adventure was 'kickin'".
All best wishes for a wonderful spring

Anonymous said...

I heart those vintage cowboy boots...make sme miss Tejas ;)