Ann Arbor Art Fair comes to town. Even though I don't buy anything from the artists, I like looking at them, and it allows me to support local businesses. I leave it up to the out of towners to buy art from the fair. But this is not to say that I don't appreciate some of the art that I see, and one image just below, a scene of Paris, was something I wish I could afford.
As years go by, it seems that more commercial ventures are at the fair pimping their products... totally taking away attention from the hard working and creative artists. I saw a lot of restaurants taking up street spots to spread out their outside dining services to accommodate visitors. This is smart and I especially love what Lena did. They spent a pretty penny on their outdoor furniture. It would be nice if they could do this for the weekends (Downtown A2 is very busy), talk about making room for more diners and making more money.
And as usual, I was able to make a pit stop at Lily Grace to get some Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser. with my sister's wedding coming up, I want to look as good as possible. Here's some art that caught my eye.