Friday, June 14, 2013
After more than 10 years trying to avoid the Hoosier label, I was forced to accept it when my cute little birdies made it into the Hoosier Women in Art Exhibition. My first showing in an exhibition, YAY!
If you happen to be around Indy before the end of June, you should stop by the Garfield Park Art Center and check out all the wonderful works of art by Hoosier...ahem...by women who live in Indiana.
Monday, June 10, 2013
Greenwood Farmer's Market. Mike DiNapoli, who owns Beech Grove Clay Works, shared the stall with me that day and showed me how it was all done. This first market (for me) was during the middle of last summer's drought--hot, but still fun--and I sold a few pieces and felt pretty good about the fact that anyone would actually buy some of my stuff.
Last Saturday, my awesomest friend in the world, Valerie was visiting the same weekend I was staffing the booth for the second time, and she brought some of her pottery down to fill out the rest of the booth. This was her first time selling her pottery, and she did wonderfully well too! It was a lovely late spring morning at the market, and many people stopped by and went home with some beautiful mugs, bowls, and birdies.
If you haven't been down to the Greenwood Farmer's Market, just south of Indianapolis, you should come visit some Saturday morning this season! For our contradancing friends, Ardath also has a booth here, selling her gorgeous cut flower arrangements. I'll be in the BGCW Pottery booth next on July 20th and August 31st.