Meeting new people. Getting a chance for people to see my work.
Best show ever and why
A booth at a ferry terminal art market on Vancouver Island.. I had a continual stream of customers who had to pass me to get to the cafe and restrooms. I was the high seller of the day. It was unusual for highly priced items like mine to sell so well.
Worst show ever and why
Local Mother's Day Farmers Market. Sold only one greeting card. Bad timing. The show needed to be BEFORE Mother's Day took place.
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What is one fun fact about yourself?
During my 40's and 50's I was a singlehanded sailor off the west coast of Vancouver Island for 15 years.
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