Yellowstone Art Museum annual art auction

Last night Connie and I attended the annual art auction at the Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings, as they had accepted a couple of my photographs for the exhibit and auction. They throw a big party in association with the auction, the better to draw in the big money I guess, so it’s fun to attend if only for the spread of food they provide. Here are a few photos from the event:

I had Connie try and get a good shot of my photos hanging on the wall but this clown kept standing in the way; so this was the best she could do.

Once the food showed up, the feeding frenzy cleared the galleries of people for a while.

We decided it was a successful evening for both of us; both my photos sold for more than the retail value and Connie got eight unsolicited compliments on her Burberry plaid boots.

4 thoughts on “Yellowstone Art Museum annual art auction”

  1. Congratulations to you both on all your successes… the auction, the food and Connie’s plaid boots. My comment to Tommy, “Wow, Connie looks so sharp. Look at those cool boots!”. Little did I know they were Burberry. Then I read your caption. That clown in the first photo looked pretty darn sharp, too.

  2. Congratulations!

    And from one who, if she could, would choose to wear boots that made her feet invisible, I commend Connie for putting her best feet forward in style.

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