I’ve been working on this one a little at a time, as time has been whizzing past me at an unusually fast pace! I learned this week that I’ll be exhibiting at the Melrose Arts Festival at Memorial Hall, downtown Melrose, MA on April 30 – May 1, leaving very little time to put it all together. But since I do have a ready inventory, it’s more a matter of getting organized than anything else, no small feat for one who’s also been extraordinarily disorganized lately.
Jane Dunnewold’s Creative Strength Training class is over now but I’m still in the middle of a huge organizing effort that has to be put on hold now until after the Festival while I prepare inventories, price, package and all that sort of thing. I do think that administrative work eats up more time than creating! Grrr! I don’t like that part but I suppose most artists don’t and most non-artists wouldn’t believe how much time is involved in either aspect of the making process.
Last week I attended a Wen Redmond class in Manchester that turned me on to making fabric postcards to sell at the Festival – that’s been fun. Here’s a few of them.
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I know too well what you mean by all the admin work that goes with creating. A lot of times that can be a bear. All the best at festival, Janis. Hope you sell lots of stuff.
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Thanks Clara! It looks like your exhibit was wonderful!
Those fabric postcards are lovely!
Thanks Rick! I appreciate that!