Art fair exhibits. Yes, I used to show my work at them. For about three or four years.
They were fun. It’s always great to be able to talk to people about your art. Hear them talk about what they see and feel as they view your work.
Art fair burnout
While I enjoyed the few years I participated in art fairs, I also missed having my weekends. With our family schedule, it wasn’t always a matter of picking the shows I wanted to do. I had to make sure we could work it out with our calendar.
Eventually, it just all became old. I wasn’t feeling excited about it so it was time to move on.
So, what do you do with the extra inventory you have from doing the art fairs?
Some images have made it to the walls in our home. Not many really. Most of it? Stacked neatly on shelves in a storage closet. It’s all covered and taken care of. But honestly, it’s just taking up space.
Besides, what good is art if it’s not being seen, hung on a wall or shown in a gallery, home or office?
Why should you care?
You shouldn’t. Or you certainly don’t have to of course. But, you can benefit from this inventory I have. How?
For the month of October, you can receive 30% off all my current stock. You can find many of the items in my Etsy shop.
If you have seen an image in my social media stream that you’re interested in check out my galleries. You can use the code SPOOKY30 to also receive a 30% discount there. Bonus!