Sunday, October 19, 2014

Voices of the village.

Voices of the Village.
That is where I went today. 
I went up to Gallery one, where Granny teaches, because they were having a very special day. With lots of different cultures, music and art.
The sun was shining and every one had a great day.
We heard the band play, 
I did painting with Judith Hombsch, She is a real artist!!!!

I helped Judy Styles with felting 

There was a lovely patchwork stall selling raffel tickets for Childhood Cancer.
I'm sure I will win. Then I will have a new quilt to snuggle under.

 Wow!!!!! dazzling Belly dancers, were dancing.

These ladies were getting into their very pretty costumes 
I was holding my breath with such beautiful music. 
These guys are GOOD...
Robert Zumac and his mate Tommy, from "Les Gitans Blancs"

There was food from heaps and heaps of different countries. It all smelt amazing.
Guess what they didn't have, toast with peanut butter and honey. (Bear Food).

Gosh you want to see my master piece. Well I guess with the help of Judith Hombsch... I think I helped pretty good, don't you? 
Granny demonstrated making bears all day. she is sewing another little mink bear.

Well I could not wait to come home and have toast, honey and peanut butter for supper. YUM!!!!

Do you know what!!!! I think I will be an artist when I grow up????
May be.

The roses are so beautiful in Adelaide at the moment. I might show you some pictures next week.
This is a rose we took a picture of at the Rose Show.
Just for my followers.

See you all next week 

My thought for the week.

"Art is the only way to run away without leaving home."


  1. We think this looks like a grand day out, though we hope you didn't get paint in your fur, otherwise the leftover honey and things would have had nowhere to land, and paint honey would be very icky for afters...


    The Clan, Jack & Boo

  2. Oh Wilbur, you lucky bear.Your Mum sure takes you lots of interesting places. I haven't been to the Mitcham Village for ages. You have prompted me to visit the gallery where they used to have great quilts etc.
    Love that Art Quote!
    Judy xx

  3. It looks like it was a wonderful day. Hugs Iris

  4. Hi Wilbur,

    What a wonderful day you and Granny had. Bet you were tired when you got home, all that fresh air.

    Prudence ♥

  5. Wow Wilbur, you did a lot of interesting things! I bet you would be a great artist, you helped so good with the painting! Love your little boots, too! Thank you for the beautiful rose picture! Hugs xx

  6. It looks like a beautiful day, Wilbur. I love your painting and fingers crossed that you win the raffle.
    Happy Sunday,

  7. Was für ein aufregender Tag! Danke für die schönen Fotos
    Liebe Grüße

  8. What a fun day you've had... and according to us you already are a great artist... ;O) And who knows - maybe they will learn and offer bear food next year...

    Flutterby + Birgit

  9. I'm sure you'll be a great artist when you grow up. You've clearly a good predisposition

  10. Ach Wilbur, het was zo'n bijzondere dag en dan hebben ze geen rekening gehouden met jou favorieten eten, dat vind ik wel heel naar voor je. hebt wel heel veel gedaan zeg, en ook geleerd, schilderen en met vilt werken. En ook kunnen genieten van prachtige muziek en mooie buikdanseressen kunnen bewonderen, olala dat was niet mis natuurlijk.

    Hoop dat je bij thuiskomst je buikje vol hebt kunnen eten met jou toast met honing en pindakaas, jammie....

    Geniet van een fijne week, en vergeet je niet de groeten aan Oma te doen?

    Veel liefs,

  11. Thanks for sharing Wilbur! Gosh you are an artist boy! Great painting! It was quite an adventure!

    Hugs dear friend, also for your sweet Granny! xxx Pink

  12. Wow! What a fun day! I wish I could join you Wilbur!! All that art in one day!!! Lucky you!!!

  13. Wilbur, your life is just so full of events:) what a fun day!

  14. Caro Wilbur, sei un orso molto fortunato! La tua
    Granny ti fa divertire molto e rende la tua vita molto interessante!

  15. Dear Kay and Wilbur,

    What a fun day you had and I loved seeing all your wonderful photos. The art, music and dancing must have been lovely.
    Enjoy your Sunday


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