So I finally got my FestivalNet.com site up and running. I joined them so I could get a listing of almost all of the art, craft, music, food, and beer festivals where they might want artists like me. They allow me my own site with up to 5 product listings that I can sell right from there, a blog, along with the festival information that I want. That’s just with the basic (read free!) membership. I wanted to see how it worked out before I consider upgrading for a year. This isn’t a plug for them. Just giving you the info….
Spending the last few days of my vacation making more beautiful stuff.
After a roller coaster ride that has been the last several months, I forced myself to sit the hell down and upload some shiny needful things to my website.
It’s interesting to go back through art that you’ve made. Especially if some time has passed since the last time you looked at it. I don’t know about you but I find that most of the time, I feel the need to take a piece apart in order to make it better.
I sorted through a lot of photos of things I’ve made and I can’t wait to make more.
It’s been several months since I’ve had a chance to do anything really creative and it’s starting to show…the cracks are starting to appear in an otherwise sturdy facade. I have made a promise to myself that from today on, I will sit down (or stand if I feel like it) and create something beautiful. Whatever it may be, I will most likely post pictures of it.
Check us out at Booth #13 at the upcoming Reid Park Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair located at Reid Park on Saturday, November 30, 2013 and Sunday, December 1, 2013 from 9am to 4pm!
Stay tuned for more information and some killer promotions for this great, upcoming Arts and Crafts Fair. It’s totally open and free to attend. There will be food, some great gift ideas for you, your friends, and your family, and we’d love to chat with you!