Saturday, April 24, 2010

Artiscape 2010

 It was non stop for us as over 300 
creative participants descended our
booth for our most unusual goods.

This pic shows a "slow" time at our booth,
  but the
rest of  the time it was out of control busy!!!!

Yeay for us! We loved every moment of 
this weekend with Lisa Ohmer and her
amazing staff who must adore her
and her great family.

Before the Marketplace opened we had a chance to take in a little bit of what Columbus offered. Such as food... First stop, North Market

The market can be thought of as a concept somewhere between a shopping mall and a supermarket. Its retail space is leased out to independent merchants and artisans who operate within the market.

The current 36 merchants are a mixture of delis, bakeries, pastry shops, ethnic food restaurants, specialty goods stores, and produce stands. One million shoppers visit the North Market every year, and many regular customers develop personal relationships with the owners and operators of the market’s businesses.

Next stop....
Katzinger's Deli in German Village

Sandwiches piled up with your favorite things
such as scrumptious cheeses, tasty homemade sauces,
sliced roasted turkey all sanwiched between
dark rye bread.
Making you hungry?
Columbus sure has it all when it comes to food,
art, education, and a friendly atmosphere.
With all that going for it, why does have to be so cold in the winter?


  1. Love the market idea and those sandwiches sound delicious.

  2. are you already back in Saluda? If you come through Lexington please call me!! I'm so sorry that we didn't make it back down when we were in NC; the kids had so much on their agendas. I did a blog post (better late than never) with a couple of links to your blog.
    I'd like to hear more about the show and the birds are the bomb!

  3. Hi Jane! Thanks so much! I would love to come! Maybe this summer...but I am not sure what I would teach.
    Calligraphy maybe?

  4. it was so so good to see your beautiful face again!!!