Monday, November 28, 2011
I participated in a new venture this past weekend. The city of El Paso now has an artist market down town. It was long over due and I sure am glad I have another outlet for my work. I sold out of my jewelry two weeks ago in Galveston and so I am frantically trying to make more pieces. Very difficult to do when I have a full time job, am the director for our city UIL visual art event and am the founder of a female artist group. Whew! I need more hours in the day.
This is why I love creating art and making my jewelry, it is my therapy, my saving grace. Along with my kids, of course.
Hope your week is going well.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
I spent a few days at Galveston, TX for the annual TAEA conventions. Art Educators from around the state gather and give workshops and share ideas. It is such a rush to be surrounded by such talented people. I love it! This year TAEA had its very first artist market. I participated and sold my jewelry on Fri. I had a wonderful response to my work and quickly sold my pieces, with the exception of just a few. I also made many new acquaintances.
While in Galveston I visited many great attractions, but my favorite place was the Antique Market. Oh, I was in heaven. So many great things to see, I think I might have giggled a bit. If you are ever in the area, the Antique Market is a must to see.
Sunday, November 6, 2011
When does everyone get a piece of the pie? I won't give up, it is not in my nature, but there are times when I slow down considerably and the doubt starts to settle in...
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