Last Sunday DH and I took a drive to the Delta area about forty minutes from home. We stopped first in Walnut Grove where we got coffee and a latte at an ice cream shop where DH stops every Friday on his drive home from work taking the longer, but scenic way to unwind after his stressful work week. It was here he picked up a flyer about an art gallery in nearby Locke where once a week musicians and artists meet to play and draw/paint. Literally the artists draw and/or paint the musicans as they play their music. (Blues, Folk, etc.) The gallery in nearby Locke, CA is owned and operated by artist Martha Esch. Martha has a blog: MarthaEsch.blogspot.com and lists classes she teaches at WilberHotSprings.com>Events/Specials>scroll to Artist Workshops We went into the funky fun little store that turned out to be Martha's home turned into store front and galleries. The living room is where Martha can be found painting. There are all sorts of fun things to purchase there (old umbrellas, antique toys, books, not to forget the walls of paintings by Martha and her two children who are artists extraordinaire in their own rights (ages 14, 17) I kid you not.Downstairs are more rooms and a huge gallery. Martha was very generous with her time talking to us almost as much as I did with all my questions about her classes and art. She is a very interesting person, a pilot as well as artist. And many of her paintings were of old airplanes from WWI and more modern ones. She had much knowledge about the pilots and owners and history of these planes.