Art Route Heemskerkerduin
This very local (the area is called Heemskerkerduin) Art Route was held last 13th September and I am still recuperating. Wow, what an event! The number of visitors was overwhelming. My heart is filled with joy because of all the positive comments my paintings and Art Journal pages were given.
It was my first time participating and a lot of work was involved. In our workshop, when celebrating family events, we normally use curtains, but curtains are no good for hanging paintings! So my husband and our son Robin made wooden pannels and special shelves.

Pictures below show the wooden pannels/shelves WITH paintings on them.

To get everything done was a family effort, so a BIG THANKS goes to Frank, Robin, Roy, Maaike and my mother.
A special BIG THANKS goes to my sister Ageeth. She even has helped cleaning and hoeing the land, so everything looked tip-top.

The day of The Route she promoted the Art Journal Workshop we want to give. It was impossible for me to be in two places at the same time, but I myself could not have done it better.

I'd like to end this post with two photos of special paintings, because this day was also about paying tribute to my dad. He died in 2001 and the workshop (= exhibition room for the Art Route) was his "man cave". During the day I felt he was with me.

Thanks for stopping by!

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