I loved these flowers, the colors were so pretty, I wished I had a front yard to put them in! Bubba pointed them out to me, and I am so glad I did! Look at them! They were made of colored glass and were also made LOCAL! Can you go wrong with that? I think not!
The art festival covered about two or three city blocks, including City Hall, the Salt Lake City Library and all the spaces in-between. The day was sunny, cloudless and *sigh* perfect.
Confession: I have no idea whose kid this is, but it was too cute NOT to share. He was talking to the dinosaur, who actually moved his head up and down. When I saw it, I had to photograph it! Adorable!
There were lots of "Random Acts of Art" left around the park, and all of it was knitted. These are called "knit attacks" and have generally been seen when knitters have meetups. I wish I could've met the artists of these yarn creations to talk with them and meet the artists! At least I got a chance to capture the art in photos!
The glass blowers were making art while we watched. They were making glass balls when we were there and allowing visitors to try their hand at it. They did have lots of pieces hanging up that they had been making since Thursday, this being one of them. I fell in love with it, mostly the vibrant colors, would look great in a Mexican-themed kitchen!
On the roof of the library there is a view unlike any other. I had to snag photos of my favorite school/hospital/SLC area- The U of U! Such a great view!
Bubba and I on the roof, taking a break from all the art and excitement. I am so lucky I had a husband that will go with me to places like this and not whine the whole time. I had a great time!
Until next time,