After breakfast yesterday, Jeanette and I explored downtown Kansas City, which is full of architectural gems, like the Mainstreet Theater.
There was a red crane lifting a worker way up to the top to change a light bulb on the sign.
Then we set up our booth at Spectrum Fantastic Art Live with our friends Jean-Baptiste Monge, and Margo Grigg.
Then Mr. Monge and I each did a demo. I forgot to photograph his, but I can tell you, he was a hard act to follow. I did a half-hour portrait of an imaginary gentleman named Mr. Galumph, using watercolor and watercolor pencil. I'll be doing another demo at 11:00 today (Booth #1003), and Mr. Monge will do another at 1:00.
My new lecture on Worldbuilding will be in Room G at 4:00 today.
I can't even begin to express how exciting it is to meet so many artists whose work I've admired for years. And they're all really cool people, really approachable.