Saturday, October 10, 2009

Art crawl continues

one of my latest paintings, Autumn

The Fall Art Crawl has threatened to turn into the Winter Art Crawl...morning temperatures were below freezing this morning and there was a blanket of snow on the grownd (now gone it seems). But it's warm and toasty in our studio--so much so that we had the windows open throughout the day.

Turnout to the Crawl has not been the greatest this year, but it was steady throughout much of the day. Sales are also not setting any records. But more importantly I have been blessed with many visitors, including family and friends. The Women's Press article certainly brought in additional traffic and initiated lots of dialogue about my work. It always feels good to hear positive feedback about your work.

We've also had an interesting number of visitors who have previously lived in the Tilsner--including one woman who lived in our very unit 10 years ago! 

There's one more chance to catch the crawl--our studio, along with many others--will be open from 12-5 on Sunday. 

It's been a long day and I'm ready to head to bed. Hopefully tomorrow I'll have pics from the Crawl.


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