Sunday, February 08, 2009

February 8, ,2009 Houston Heights Arts Market on 19th

Have got to love people, enjoy our differences and at the same time our humanity. I took these photos and the ones at facebook during the afternoon of February 7th, 2009. Enjoy them for what they are.

Conchita and Diana, best neighborhood friends enjoying a walk and rest around Woodland Heights and seating in front of Oolala.

Another nice one of the girls in town. Too bad they will be leaving the hood soon.

Mother and daughter, Mrs. Clark and Camilla.

Taking a break from 19th street walking.

Alan & Frances Gerson a very creative couple and happy must add.

Here using Alan & Frances' wagon as background for a picture of grandma and granddaughter.

I forgot to get their names but the little one has a fab smile.

Some of the finest pottery I seen by John Delafield, we can visit for a long time on the topic of youth and positive feedback.

Reminded me to show him a link to Nick Vukicic: No Arms, No Legs, No Worries!

And Norman Fekete "the farmer" which reminded me that I forgot to take a sample of his scrumptious preserves.

An one most creative and authentic art, Jackie Haliburton, her folk art and her husband below.

Beth Duke is not that serious she just likes to pretend. Very nice art work. She sends out her husband to catch the neighbors animals and bring them to her studio so she can paint them. Just kidding. She does not do that.

And the Hawaiian hula girls, boys, and baby...

Mitch, I see how you keep your days happy...

and dancing. So, will be celebrating the 5th anniversary of the Arts Market. Little did we known it was going to be a life changing experience. Hope it was worth your time.

Parents of the electric ukulele and member of The Grass Skirts.

Ross turning around for the camera in front of his business Wind Water Gallery. Hard and good work is always rewarded. Glad to see Ross and Cathy prosper.

Hello Soniya Ekici brings to the Heights the tradition of henna art. Love this photo, the contrast and her smile.

Mitch, tell her mother where she can find her picture.

Talking about authentic art and places. Casa Ramirez is one in a million. When you visit introduce yourself to Macario.

Just wanted to take this photo...

And on the way to a party, a happy young man posing for the camera. He is great.

Lost of positive energy.

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