|one of my charms|
This was one of the best shows ever, and I want to say how much I appreciate all the work the volunteers did at the church. It takes an enormous amount of effort to put on a show of this caliber, and they did a splendid job. I also so appreciate all the people that attended and stopped by my booth to spend their hard earned money on my art. I am so grateful.
I met fabulous people; a lot of them knew of me so it was great to meet my collectors face to face. I also saw some friends I haven't seen in ages, and I met and made some new ones.
One of the greatest things about doing a good show is that you learn so much, if you're open to it. I have learned that you have to be flexible and offer new, exciting work. No one wants to see the same thing over and over each year. Some artists blame slow sales on where they are placed or have other excuses other than the fact they have been doing the same thing in exactly the same way for years. You don't have to change WHAT you do, but HOW you do it might make all the difference.
|a portion of my booth|
Now, off to the studio to create more work for this coming week: two more shows!