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artist Kristina Wentzell sits in from of the Happy Camper Mobile Art Gallery 



 seating area inside the Happy Camper

inside the gallery



Kristina and her husband, Chris at SoWa Open Market in Boston

 






The Happy Camper all set for an event at Wentzell's home/studio in Keene, NH

retro seating area showcasing Wentzell's backyard chicken paintings
the interior gallery of the Happy Camper
the backyard chicken painting series


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all lit up for an evening party
the Happy Camper's first road to trip to the Manchester Fall Art & Craft Festival in Vermont! (check out the barn in the background)

the Happy Camper en route from Maine to her new home in New Hampshire

19 comments:

  1. Too cute! I have a 1972 Shasta that I call "The Paint Box". I'll be traveling with her this summer on my painting adventure.

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    1. I LOVE Shastas! Send me a link if you have photos, I'd love to see it. Where are you traveling to? I'll be sticking to New England this year.

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  2. A total dream of mine. What a wonderful adventure this must be! I hope to see you in Maine again. :)

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    1. thanks, Brenden! I'm hoping to bring the camper to the Portland Sidewalk Art Show the end of August.

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  3. Everything about this post makes me smile. Happy Trails to you!

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    1. thanks, Gail! There is something about these vintage campers that just make people happy. :-)

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  4. If I were younger, I would have loved to have "stolen" this idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I found your blog via Alyson B. Stanfield. What a creative and adventurous idea. The retro camper is the perfect show place for your beautiful art!

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  6. Love everything about it. So happy for you!

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    1. thanks, Christine! How did you find out about me?

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  7. This is so entirely cool. and innovative and fresh. congrats! you go girl... and I love Chicken paintings. I used to have a pet chicken named Juana... and she was my muse...

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  8. PS... found out about you through Alyson Stanfield as well.... took her Blog Triage, now her Art Marketing Boot Camp.

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  9. fabulous, inspiring, thanks Alyson for sharing! Congratulations Kristina on an amazing vision and making it happen. I wish you much happy camping!!!

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  10. Great sharing - love it - just became the owner of a Shasta 1961 and will be heading out doing the same thing - studio and gallery on the road.

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  11. That look just wonderful, how I envy you that space. Very inspirational, great article just love it.

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  12. What a wonderful dream to come true for you! This is just awesomeness! I hope that I can do something like this with my passion of art. Thank you so much for sharing. Jan P

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