Demonstrating techniques for customers so they know they are getting one-of-a-kind, handmade products.
Best show ever and why
I have lots of good shows. Trying new shows every year keeps things fresh and interesting. That way I don't become a vendor that sits there and just expects people to spend their money. I interact with people and have a good time. When the fun stops...I'll stay home!
Worst show ever and why
I don't have those kinds of shows. I make the best of all of them. There is always work to do and slow days are good work days. Sometimes the slow shows turn into the best shows just because I'm working on a piece of jewelry.
Who referred you to ArtFairInsiders.com? Please be specific.
Did a art show search on Google for a definition of mixed media.
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Best wishes, Connie Mettler
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