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Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
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Looking for best shows for abstracts paintings on the east coast. Maybe something that caters to non-conservative. Love to hear any comments.
Hi Mary, Welcome. This is a great artist website. Your work is beautiful. You have the same interests I have, camping & fishing! Too bad we're 3000+ miles apart! I live in Florida now but miss the mountains very much! Too crowded & noisy here.
I too took many years off from painting to raise my family as many artists did, but the urge to paint never leaves you.
Hi to everyone! I am new to artfairinsiders, until recently I didn't know the group existed. I took 35 years off from painting and the art shows, I know some of you probably were not born then LOL. With my move three years ago to Oregon and the beauty of the land and sky I was moved to paint again.
I hope you will befriend me . . . even tho I'm ancient!
I look forward to exploring past posts and learning more about selling paintings at art fairs. My first venue will be at the Farmer's Market in Great Falls, MT. I've walked through it a couple times in past years and found lots of artists and craftsmen than I expected. My daughter and son-in-law live nearby and so I'll be staying with them and building my first booth there. Luckily my son-in-law works for the C.M. Russell Museum and has lots of experience in framing and setting up shows. I also like to go there for inspiration. I hope to learn a lot this summer before diving into the art fairs and look forward to learning from the artists here, too. Maybe someday I can be of help to the newbies coming on board.
Has anyone tried Classic Artist Oils? http://www.artistoils.com/index.html
Their prices look pretty good - certainly I can buy small tubes before I go buying quarts or gallons, but I'm curious if any of you have any comment on the quality of these paints? Thanks!
I love Daniel Smith oils. Rich and buttery...
I'm still experimenting with different brands. I loaded (I mean LOADED) up with Shin Han oils from Korea because it was on clearance at Jerry's Online. Some of their colors are interesting, others kind of strange. Anyway, if money were NO object, I would probably buy Lukas or Grumbacher oils. I've recently purchased Classico from Italy because it was on sale, too, and it is quite nice.
Painters! Your favorite place to buy paint? Especially if you use lots of it?
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