Apron Show at Creative Arts Council

Apron Show at Creative Arts Council

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Apron Display by the Creative Arts Council
of Wells County, Indiana

The Creative Arts Council in Bluffton, Indiana, inspired by the book Aprons, by Joyce Cheney, hosted a crowd-pleasing apron show at their temporary quarters north of town.
All county residents were invited to bring in notable aprons for the display. The turnout was excellent, as was attendance.  Elizabeth Leonard’s apron collection provided the bulk of the show.

apbook.jpg (7666 bytes)  ap844.jpg (5175 bytes)  portugal.jpg (5604 bytes)  ap833.jpg (5835 bytes)  aplav.jpg (7172 bytes)   ap837.jpg (8882 bytes)weremute.jpg (7232 bytes)themill.jpg (9128 bytes)ap840.jpg (8595 bytes)ap834.jpg (6041 bytes)  elegant.jpg (8688 bytes)ap872.jpg (7583 bytes)  votefor2.jpg (3551 bytes)  jmichael.jpg (5907 bytes)

 farrier.jpg (4852 bytes)  german.jpg (7812 bytes)ap830.jpg (9425 bytes)

 ap845.jpg (11871 bytes)  ap841.jpg (11338 bytes)  ap842.jpg (8433 bytes)  ap843.jpg (10278 bytes)ap831.jpg (3928 bytes)ap836.jpg (11528 bytes)  ap838.jpg (15099 bytes)fryback.jpg (7181 bytes)  seethru.jpg (5308 bytes)ap857.jpg (8633 bytes)poster.jpg (19939 bytes)

ricrak.jpg (10676 bytes)figleaf.jpg (6889 bytes)  twain.jpg (19269 bytes)

  One is a farrier’s apron, one is from a hardware store and yet more are from the historic Dutch Mill Restaurant, owned by Kenny Steffen.  It burned down several years ago. Some of these aprons had explanations with them.  Some were bought overseas, many were hand made and all of them were kept fondly by generations of “women in kitchens.”


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