r&r art sale party

Have I told you that R is a painter? Well, he is. We decided that the house in town should have a last hurrah before it passes into new hands and becomes something else. So, for those of you who live around here…maybe you can drop by and we can put faces to all the words that have passed between us. To far-flung friends: there are website links in the following invitation. We will have to continue to exist in each others’ imaginations.

 

rites of spring

Richard White invites you to view new work:
paintings and furniture

2107 NW 22nd Avenue at the corner of 22nd and Wilson
3-7pm Sunday, November 14, 2010
wine and nibbles provided

If you can’t make it to the event, please visit the website or call Richard at  503 248 9670  to set up an appointment for a private showing.

I will also be showing my collection of handmade designer pillows.

‘bubbles’ pillow

hope to see you there,

everything will be for sale, including the house and garden

10 Responses to “r&r art sale party”

  1. Wendy Says:

    cool! I wish I was just a tiny bit closer!! Richard’s woodworking is beautiful. My brother in law is also a woodworker. It is such perfectionistic work, don’t you think? I think the unnamed bench looks like a “file on” bench. It reminds me of one of those desk files that you put papers on. It’s a play on “pile on”. ha ha!

  2. ricki Says:

    Wendy~Closer would be nice for so many reasons.

  3. Ilse Niswander Says:

    Thank you so much, I love to read about other vegetarians and vegans as it gives me the strength to continue. I have about a thousand vegetarian feeds in my google reader, but I’m sure another can’t hurt!! I did manage to find a good lentil recipes here, but I’ll be sure to try yours too. Thanks!

  4. Lashawn Hartkopf Says:

    Hi there, long time lurker here with my first ever comment! My daughter is getting married to her lovely mexican boyfriend soon, and I’m tasked with doing the wedding party! I thought enchiladas would be a nice snack, so trying to find a good enchilada recipe. What do you think? Any other suggestions?? Anyway, thanks for your hard work as ever…

  5. ricki Says:

    Sashawn~Welcome. I do a lot of lurking myself, but it’s nice that you spoke up. I always gravitate to the guacamole & chips.

  6. Carmen Oblander Says:

    Thank you so much, this was very interesting. I was actually born in Madrid ( not telling you when though!) but was moved around europe and lastly settled in Britain when I was 7. I dont remember much of the few years I was in spain, but the smell of spanish food always seems to ring a bell in me or something. Funny, how I dont remember anything except the smells,isn’t it! I actually found a whole internet site dedicated to spanish recipes, which gave me great delight and thought I ought to share with your readers. Anyway, thank you again. I’ll get my husband to add your feed to my rss thing…

  7. ricki Says:

    Carmen~Welcome! I can always use a little Spanish flavor to spice things up.

  8. Willian Wiser Says:

    Thank you. I’m supposed to cook for my new vegan girlfriend this weekend and have no idea what to make! I found a ton of recipes at this vegetarian recipes site but with so mnay to choose from I just got confused. Do you have any recommendations, like .. the tastiest vegetarian recipe, ever, or something?! Thanks in advance! I’m so clueless about this vegetarian stuff

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