This last weekend my gal friends and I made our usual August trek to Cincinnati for the Stampaway rubberstamping convention. We stopped at a Chuys Tex-Mex restaurant outside of Dayton and the interior was so interesting I wanted to share. This is very flat and colorful art that adorned the walls in our dining room. The single portraits all were actors and had their names at the bottom. That was good because some were not recognizable. I would recommend this restaurant, the food was very good but I especially loved the ranch/jalapeno dip they brought out with the salsa and chips. I could not stop eating it!!
Another art piece on the wall behind our table. My friend Theresa there in the left corner. The tiles on the walls were just so lovely.
Yet another painting, I was not sure it those were hands or feet reaching above the sitting women. We all took a consensus and decided on hands.
The waiting area was full so we decided to step out into the vestibule and that’s when I decided to share the decorating. Loved the door handles made of wrapped tortilla 3-D art.
Gotta have a selfie, whether they turn out decent or not. Theresa and myself.
My other two gal friends waiting patiently, L-Toni, R- Michelle.
The tiles on the floor were fabulous. In the quilting world those patterns are tumbling blocks and flying geese.
Better picture of the stars and Theresa shoes.
The walls were painted with so many decorative designs and colors.
Another area of design. My only complaint was that with all the hard surfaces, the accoustics were not good and the music was too loud. It was hard to talk between each other.
I was standing in line at the Gary Burlin booth admiring all the different colors on the displays. I was sad that they were a bit fuzzy but you get the idea, I probably had too many items for purchase in my hands.
So many lovely and colorful markers. It’s heaven for crafters and artists.