WOW - after months of Covidness, finally had our in-person neighborhood art show and sale. My only "stand in front of it live" art event. Well this year call it pent-up demand or whatever, the 15 resident artists had the largest turnout in 20 years. Enormous amount of effort to do all the prep-work and then show-production-organization work. Set-up took two hours and the show only lasts two hours!!??!! Well worth it. This introvert had a fantastic time 😊 Great night meeting neighbors, friends and hearing stories that connect us through art. Energized yet again to keep creating.
In all honesty, two paintings sold online while framing was in progress, 10 paintings sold at the show, and two sold on the 5 minute drive home - wink, wink.
Did I tell you that frames are in short supply / backordered - luckily bought ahead but it was quite the drama-scene deciding which ones would be properly dressed for the show. My online sales are rarely framed so deer-in-the-headlights for a few days. In the end it all worked out - just like life usually does.
Ta-Da. . . Sold, in or around the 'hood or gifts off to unknown territories. Early holiday shoppers - smart. . . .