Monday, December 15, 2008


My last big show of the season was this past weekend--the KPFA Crafts & Music Fair. It was a gorgeous show--lots of wonderful work there, but like many recent events, was not very well attended. My new booth (above) looked great---I got some extra lights after seeing how it looked the previous weekend, and I had one finished table covering and the other I fudged. (Just couldn't do it all!)
My sales were disappointing, but I connected with some great people & had lots of compliments on my work. I'm glad my show season is winding down--I am exhausted and I have a couple of Farmer's Markets and a Red Umbrellas show before Christmas, but I don't know if the weather is going to co-operate. I am anxious to get back in the studio and work on my paintings, and not have any shows to go to until sometime in March. I feel like a bear and am ready to hibernate.


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Christine DeCamp said...

Susan--thanks for coming by & checking it out. I am planning to be more consistent about posting on my blog in 2009. (A New Year's Resolution!)