The other artists, the opportunity to dialogue with people, the challenge to create work which moves people -- always something to be learned
Best show ever and why
A Christmas show at a church. Lots of foot traffic and interactions - Good sales & commissions from a client who really "got" what I was doing and wanted to share it by giving some of my pieces to her sisters.
Worst show ever and why
Haven't really had one - So far, every show has taught me something. Results seem to depend on me and my attitude.
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