An Unseasonably Cold Outdoor Art Festival

Art on the Greene, Richard Green Linear Park, Arlington, Texas

Art on the Greene, Richard Green Linear Park, Arlington, Texas

B-r-r-r-r-r-r!!!  Temperatures Friday afternoon have already dropped to 48 degrees, and the arctic wind is cutting us to pieces!  I pulled off my gloves long enough to take this picture, and type a few words.  Texas had been enjoying temperatures in the 80’s only a few days ago.  Too bad an outdoor festival had to draw this kind of weather lottery–seems a cruel practical joke.

I’m enjoying my Hemingway biography, and hoping some crowds will pick up eventually.  Frankly, I cannot blame anyone for choosing to stay indoors today rather than stroll the park.  But the artwork out here is magnificent–80 artists represented this time.

More later.  Got to pull my gloves back on!

Thanks for reading.

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3 Responses to “An Unseasonably Cold Outdoor Art Festival”

  1. Linda Halcomb Says:

    Stay warm David! We in Indiana are bracing for 4-10 ” of snow. Snow when it is almost April! Yikes! Good luck. I hope a few hearty souls venture out and you have a successful fair.

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    • davidtripp Says:

      Hi Linda,
      I’m responding very late to this. The weather was deplorable and the festival finally canceled on the morning of its final day. A dreadful experience.

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  2. Linda Halcomb Says:

    David, as a lover of Hopper and Wyeth I thought you might enjoy this lecture on Youtube…Linda

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