Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
It took me a few long cold winters to get used to life in the Midwest, after living in Florida and doing the show circuit there for 25 years. In the south, shows start up in September and wind down in April, and by then it's too hot. In the north, it’s just the opposite: May to October, and after that it's too dang cold.
I know there are road gypsies out there that can pull off the year-round art show circuit, and I tip my hat to them. As for me and my house, I am glad to have my in season as well as my off season. It helps me stay organized with my work and stay focused on production.
So how do you spend your “off season” (if you have one). Here’s something I wrote about this very subject, which I call my winter work.
I would be very interested in hearing what other AFIers do when they’re not doing shows. Any comments?