Monday, November 5, 2007

Robert's Snow Artists' Reception

Here are some photographs my husband and I took at the Robert's Snow Artists' Reception that was held on Sunday at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framinghman, Massachusetts. I'm sorry I didn't get pictures of all the artists at the reception.
Robin Brickman with One Night in the Coral Sea
and one of the original illustrations she created for the book

Rebecca Doughty standing near her snowflake

Judith isn't standing under mistletoe.
That's the delightful "hedgehog" snowflake
she made for Robert's Snow.

Grace, Anna Alter, and I decided to take a picture
next to the glorious creation Linda Wingerter
made for Robert's Snow.

Standing: Leo Landry & Grace Lin
Sitting: David Ezra Stein & Anna Alter

Here is "Free Fall" by Brian Lies.
It's my husband's favorite snowflake.

Here's a lovely snowflake by Kristina Swarner
that caught my eye.
I hadn't see it on exhibit at the Child at Heart Gallery.
Snowflakes under Glass
There were mirrors under the snowflakes in this case
so we could see what was on the reverse side.

Austin (Grace's cousin), Ki-Ki (Grace's younger sister),
Elaine, and Grace
Please look at how we ladies are dressed.
We're all wearing red and black.
One might think we had color coordinated our attire.
We hadn't.


Grace Lin said...

Hi Elaine,

Nice write-up! Thanks. That bird snowflake is by Kristina Swarner.

Elaine Magliaro said...


Thanks! I'll edit the post to include her name.

Anna Alter said...

You got so many good pictures!!

Elaine Magliaro said...


My husband took a lot of the pictures. He deserves much of the credit.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for coming to the reception! It was such a treat to meet everyone.
Robin Brickman

Elaine Magliaro said...


It was a pleasure meeting you. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to see some of your original artwork. I have been impressed with your picture books ever since I read "A Log's Life." The snowflake you created for Robert's Snow 2007 is absolutely gorgeous!!!

Vivian Mahoney said...

David Ezra Stein was there in person?! Great pictures, Elaine. Thanks for sharing.

Elaine Magliaro said...


I hope you have an opportunity to see the snowflakes in person. The photographs really don't do them justice.