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Location

New Orleans, LA


Your Medium

mixed media


Years in the Art Fair Business

1


First show ever

Palmer Park, New Orleans


What are the best things about art fairs

Marketing


Best show ever and why

Palmer Park. Meeting your audience up close and personal. Creates a bond between them and my works.


Worst show ever and why

Peter Anderson, Ocean Springs, La. They place some artists in the worse low traffic spots to fill side streets that are a path to the main part of the festival.


Who referred you to ArtFairInsiders.com? Please be specific.

Denice Bizot


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