It's taken much longer to post part two of my trip to An Artful Journey than I had hoped it would. Lots going on here, and I seem to continually be working on catching up. I figured it was better to post a bit late than not at all :-)
I arrived in Los Gatos before the rain began, so I was able to take a couple walks and shoot some of the new spring blooms without getting wet. Beautiful color everywhere!
I love Magnolia trees, and they were spectacular in the morning sun!
Not sure what this is either ... other than a gorgeous bush in someones yard.
I tell you, that girl has the best ideas for making attendees feel welcome when they arrive at the retreat. And I'm not just saying that because we're friends. It truly is an incredibly unique, and wonderful event.
Lorri Scott hand died little pouches to be decorated and included in the bag of goodies for each attendee.
and of course The Royal Feline, aka, Max, looks it all over and gives his approval before anything is finalized.
I mentioned in my last post that we had everything from sunshine to snow while up at the Presentation Center.
Although wet at times, it was dreamy weather for photography and art workshops.
Below are photos from some of the classes. Unfortunately, I had to leave early and wasn't able to get shots of all of them. I'm sure Cindy did though, and she should be posting them soon on her blog.
So much beautiful color in Albie Smith's class!
And tons of color in Jesse Reno's class as well:
Beauty everywhere... here are a few from Nina Bagley's class:
Below is the Lorrie table (all spelled differently) in Nina's class. One is missing though, she actually had 4 Lorrie's in her class!
Ahhh... all the workshops were so fabulous. Here are a few shots of Stephanie Lee's:
I took this photo from inside Stephanie's classroom, as she demoed outside. I love the bright patches of lime.