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Allegory Gallery

Last night, Jason and I took a drive up to beautiful Ligonier, PA, to visit with Andrew Thornton on the opening of his new shop, Allegory Gallery! Andrew has a great space with lots of light and a little courtyard! He did such a great job painting and designing the space with some beautiful pieces of furniture. He hit a few speed bumps along the way, and a deer on Thursday night, but he was the picture of calm and graciousness! I'm so very happy for him and can't wait to visit his shop for classes and all the beautiful beady things I know he is going to stock it with! Good luck to you Andrew!


Lorelei Eurto said…
how cool that you were able to make the trip up there for the opening! I can't wait to see some pictures??
somethingunique said…
Hi Sue, how cool is that...i just love and adore Andrew and am so happy for him...give him a big hug from Lana next time you see him please.
take care and enjoy your weekend ttfn Lana :)
Unknown said…
Thanks for sharing Sue! I wish I was there to go check it out :)
SummersStudio said…
I am so happy you could turn up for the opening. I would love to visit the gallery one day. And while I am there I'd make sure to have lunch with you :-)
Cillaw said…
You lucky girl! If you took pics of the inside I would love to see them too~
Andrew Thornton said…
Thanks Sue for stopping by! It was great to finally meet you in person and to meet your man.

We've got lots of events planned that I think you'll enjoy. Let me know when you're free and I'll plan to teach the mica class. We might have an advanced version of that class with some soldering!

Thanks again for coming!

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