I’ve done art shows for about seventeen years now, and I’ve participated in all kinds of events. But most of them take place in a park or along the street, on a weekend, sometimes just Saturday, sometimes both days. It’s a familiar routine – arrive two hours before the starting time, unload the car, set up the tent and the displays, and put out the art. Then, my husband and I (he has missed only one show in all these years and it was because he had just gotten out of the hospital) settle into our chairs and enjoy the day.
These photos show a very typical scene – we were in Doylestown, PA, this weekend, both days. We had lovely weather and a large crowd was in attendance.
I’ve also included some pictures of my artwork on display – you may recognize some of it from earlier posts.
When I do clay shows, I use the same tables, but the racks covered in dark fabric stay home.