The diversity of people looking at art. You just never know who you might cross paths with. I love it when kids get excited about my work, and when people drag someone back to tell them they "know about this painting" from
Best show ever and why
It wasn't a fair. It was a show in Seattle at 619 Western. The crowds were so thick people were filing through (at a snail's pace) in a press of bodies, making a circuit through my studio. The excitement level was off the charts and I sold more work in one night than I ever dreamed possible.
Worst show ever and why
It was in Illinois. My tent literally blew away and I lost nearly all my inventory.
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