Last week was a busy one for Here2There. We had to set up, tear down, and set up again for two shows within a span of five days. The first show was at the Four Springs Preserve on Camano Island, a beautiful retreat center with a lake, woods, and open spaces.
We had five pieces accepted in this show. It was the first time this group had included fiber art, and the response from the members and viewing public was wonderful.It is always good to get positive feedback on your work.
Our small art quilts were displayed there with watercolors, oils, sculpture, jewelry, and pottery. It was an exciting blend of art. The show ran three days, and even with lots of rain, the attendance was good, and, we sold one piece....woohoo!
Two days later I set up our booth at the holiday shop in the local coffee roaster facility
. This show runs through the month of December and includes
arts and crafts from artists in the area. We are hopeful that the pieces we have been making will find new homes. Of course, I stop by as often as I can to rearrange and, yes, stand back and admire the totality of our work displayed there.
In a few days, another assortment of Here2There pieces will be delivered for the next show. This one at the grange in the tulip fields up north. That will be another post.