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David Stern
  • Brookline, MA
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St. Stephens Vs. Artigras?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barry Bernstein Jan 17, 2015. 18 Replies

From everything I'm reading on the forums and blogs both shows (St. Stephens and Artigras) are going downhill - there doesn't seem to be much positive news on either show. I'm juried into both and…Continue

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Your Medium
Photography
Years in the Art Fair Business
10
First show ever
Coolidge Corner Art Festival, June 2001
What is your website?
http://www.davidsternphotography.com
What are the best things about art fairs
provide a way to make a steady income
Best show ever and why
winter park, fl - about 3 times my sales vs. other shows
Worst show ever and why
ocean city nj, boardwalk art festival, the show went fine, but horrible winds destroyed my booth, inventory, etc.
Who referred you to ArtFairInsiders.com? Please be specific.
found on google

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At 4:08pm on January 3, 2011, Sabrina Aughenbaugh said…

Hi David...Welcome to Art Fair Insiders.  When you get a chance will you edit your profile for your web site...you forgot the .com at the end.  Thank you.  I loved looking at your pictures and found the photography on tile amazing.  How do you get it on the tile? Does it come together or do you piece the picture together like a puzzle?  Anyway...so happy to have you join our group here.  This is a great place to get all kinds of amazing information and a great place for making new friends.  Take care,

 

Sabrina

At 9:29pm on January 5, 2011, Connie Mettler said…

Welcome to ArtFairInsiders.com, David.   I'm pleased to see you here and look forward to having you as part of our community.

When you have a chance, please add a photo of yourself and stop by the "Discussions" area to introduce yourself to the rest of us. We all look forward to your participation here. Also visit the "member map" and add your location. We have a lot to offer one another, experienced and newbie alike. Let's make this a dynamic site!

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At 2:03pm on January 11, 2011, Shane Reed said…
I started my photography business in 2008.  Shortly after starting my business I started shooting alphabet letters of architecture and other objects found in urban settings.  These letters can be used to spell words, or names to make contemporary art for you home.  This project took off, and became an overwhelming success.  I used the money from selling my alphabet letters to fund my photography business.  These letters are fantastic sellers and I’m thankfully too busy with my real passion to have time to sell them anymore.  So I’ve decided to sell the high resolution digital files for a fair price to the right person who is interested in making an abundance of extra income.  This idea will be unique to you, and if you're driven will make you lots of money.  The market is enormous!  If you’re interested and would like to discuss things further please contact me atshane@reedphoto.ca and please check out our alphabet photography atwww.reedphoto.ca click on “client” menu and enter the password “abc”.  We have b&w and color alphabets, and I’ve also custom created numerous word art pieces with quotes.  You’d receive everything with unlimited reproduction rights.  The letters can be put on anything you can think of or you can sell them just as letters to go in frames.  I always just sold them as letters for $5 per letter.  The profit margin is very high as it costs about 10-20 cents to print each letter and they sell for $5 each.  I look forward to hearing from you.

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