Delta Workshop weekend adventure

Well, it's been some weeks since my art show was hung at Delta Workshop in Sacramento, CA. I've been excited to share with you a recap of how the two weekends went midst the heat, the show and the ranch. Here we go! 

I headed up to Sacramento on June 1st to drop off and install the work. My boyfriend sent me off with some necessary liquids. Here are some mason jars of green juice, water and coffee for the ride up.

I headed up to Sacramento on June 1st to drop off and install the work. My boyfriend sent me off with some necessary liquids. Here are some mason jars of green juice, water and coffee for the ride up.

When I arrived, Bridget, the owner of Delta Workshop, greeted me with her usual friendly smile. Here she is showing me some of her stationery selection. 

When I arrived, Bridget, the owner of Delta Workshop, greeted me with her usual friendly smile. Here she is showing me some of her stationery selection. 

The install went smoothly and you can see my artwork behind her display rack.

The install went smoothly and you can see my artwork behind her display rack.

The following weekend, June 8th, I ventured up with my boyfriend and friends to attend the opening. This was going to be my first time at my friend Bella's family ranch in Shingle Springs, CA. Bella always told me the ranch looks like my paintings. I think she's right.

A vintage trailer on the ranch. 

A vintage trailer on the ranch. 

I see where Bella gets her amazing vintage style. This scene of her mom's living room is perfectly welcoming.

I see where Bella gets her amazing vintage style. This scene of her mom's living room is perfectly welcoming.

Bella's mom  is a great cook and we ate nopales (cactus) that grows right off the porch steps, steak and green chile, a New Mexico staple. 

Bella's mom  is a great cook and we ate nopales (cactus) that grows right off the porch steps, steak and green chile, a New Mexico staple. 

Morning coffee and archery.  

Morning coffee and archery.  

Breakfast on the ranch.

Breakfast on the ranch.

A sketch I made of Bryan playing Mancala.  

A sketch I made of Bryan playing Mancala.  

Los Piñones, a truly great family that I feel honored to know.

Los Piñones, a truly great family that I feel honored to know.