His name is David Peterson. There were some "plein air" paintings on display that had been executed during the fair's duration.
This was one of his:
But the painting below was my very favorite,
"Sweet Dreams" by Leslie DuPratt:
It's bright, it's unusual - it caught my eye.
And here is her info:
I was fascinated with this Tear Drop Camp Trailer, built by students at Lincoln High School in Stockton, California as a Manufacturing Group Project. Their instructor's names are Jeff. L. Wright And Andrew Larsen. Wish we could have seen the inside, too!
Pretty cool, huh?
The gentleman you see below was created by Kurt Barton.
Pop Rivets, The Tin Man.
This Carved Black Walnut Chair, below, was made by a man named Klark Raetz, from Upper Lake.
Doesn't it just look like the ultimate phone/magazine table? I think you could stick your magazines on the left side, there. And a telephone (the old kind) could sit on the small tabletop.
What a gorgeous piece of furniture!
I love how the handkerchiefs are made into their skirts: