I’m talking to you, Jack and Sosse Baker at the Chester Gallery, which is such a wonderful place with your quaint Victorian parlor since 1982, but all you have online is an AOL address!
And to you, William L. Schaeffer Photographs down the road, trader in vintage American and European photographs by major and minor artists as well as daguerreotypes and stereoviews.
And Connie, who we’ve conversed with so many times at CL Pfeiffer Studio. You have these wonderful metal sculptures. I have neither links or images to help me describe these to this blog’s readers, and I do have a few. Gee, this post looks odd with no hyperlinks. And to the West Main Street Studio, which is a working studio of artist and sculptor Helene M. Johnson. Portrait studies, figures, people in architectural settings, animals and flora. Specializing in sculptural relief. Commission work welcomed. Can you tell I’m just cutting and pasting from the Chester directory of businesses to get this scant information? What else can I do at this point.
And when I’m thinking of Chester this summer, I’ll have to limit my posts to this gallery. And I’m happy to.
I’m trying to get other people as interested in you as I am, but you don’t have Web sites!