The first piece of art I bought after I moved to Boston was a poster-sized silkscreen print, buried under a pile of seconds at Carol Barbour's booth at a Lexington arts and crafts fair. Ten dollars later I was the proud owner of the print, and ten years later it still hangs in a place of honor in my home. Occasionally I still see Carol at art fairs around the area. Last Christmas I bought a few cards from her, including the one below, which evokes in me everything I love about what I do:
I bought five of these and just mailed my last copy to a dear friend a couple weeks ago. I scanned it before putting it in the mail.