We watched some Abbot + Costello and a Deanna Durbin film after having some amazing Iowa sweet corn for dinner.
Grandma showed me the ReSale room she'd recently opened up. Despite being open about 30 minutes a week, the place managed to bring in about $600 in a month. Not bad!
We cleaned out the Penniman's sale down the road and stocked the ReSale room in the morning.
The collection was impressive, almost nothing before 1920 [at least on display at the time]. There were works by Matisse, Jeff Koons, Kiki Smith, Philip Guston, Andy Warhol and lots of others I can't recall at the moment.
My grandparents never cease to amaze with their level of haute coolness.
Really captures the struggle of the environmental purists, eh?
In other news, my girlie half of HebsandFish.com has gotten a spiffy makeover.
I'll be photographing more of my 100 Portraits Project and sketches from the Iowa trip to post very shortly as well as a commissioned painting.