12 Jun 2012

OUR WORLD - Waterloo Artists in the Street

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It's like a new fashion more and more street expositions are taking place in Waterloo. This time it was in a certain Sint Gertrude Street. It was in a very old part of Waterloo, where I had never been since the 37 years I live here !

The St Gertrude street was very old  and narrow going up a hill. I wonder how people are getting there when it snows !

The houses were also old and very nice. The artists had displayed their paintings or sculptures in the gardens.

Fortunately the sun was shining in the afternoon

all kind of paintings and sculptures

along the street

This man showed how he worked with a chainsaw

Little clay figurines

and a book which I really liked

There was also handmade jewelry

and I met my ceramic teacher, who sold some of her work too

The International Rotary Club was also there

and some artists had baked delicious cakes.


diane b said...

A nice way to spend some time. You should show /sell your work there.

Cezar and Léia said...

Waterloo is a city of artists, how nice!I would love to visit this exhibition as well.
And those cakes look delicious, a perfect day there!

Fun60 said...

What a great way to view art. Such a variety all in one place. I am envious of your day.

Gary said...

Great tour!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Dianne said...

I would love to see the homes and gardens! the art is a bonus

great photos Gattina

Leah H. said...

Beautiful and exciting:)

Visiting for Our World Tuesday- hope you can stop by:)


Jenn said...

A nice and interesting place. How I wish I could visit. Love the arts that are on display, the food I think was a great cap. Thanks for sharing!

Loree said...

What a wonderful idea. I love street art and artisan markets.

A Lady's Life said...

So cool. I love visiting places like that and looking at all the displays.
Especially in good weather.

Maribeth said...

What fun! I love to wander through such events!

sandra carlier said...

Sounds a marvelous artistic event!

Jo said...

What a fun outing. Do you display your art there sometimes?