Sunday, October 3, 2010

Merry Makers...It's Crunch Time...

Well, I find myself full of excitement for this show, a true folk art show, so many times I have been stuck in the antique show catagory, and although that was great at the time and I did well, I always longed to do a show with just artists!!! No worries of dealers underselling me with art work they never even created. Don't get me wrong, I love a good antique show as much as the next, but in the back of my mind, I always felt like that. I know I know rambling on and on, but I am truely excited!!! I have met some of the artists at this show and I am so blessed to be a part of the gang. So if you are in the area, Springfield, Oh. on Nov. 20th and 21st please stop in and see all of the great artists like: Lori Ann Corelis, Scott Smith, Ginger Cazan, and many more. Now, off to plan my booth, filling up the knooks and crannys... ta ta for now.



softinthehead said...

You will have to let me know about the show. I am seriously thinking of doing it next year. I miss you and Deb so much....Thought of you guys as I drove through Ohio. Can't wait to see what you have for this show! Smiles, Pam

Prairie Primitives Folk Art said...

Please ... don't call that non-handmade stuff "art" ... it's NOT.

I don't miss much from the Midwest (I was born and raised in Indiana, lived there 40 years!), but sooooo many cool primitive & folk art shows have sprung up since I left 14 years ago.

BTW, I discovered the Springfield Extravaganza in the mid-1980s and drove 3 hours each way twice a year, every year until I moved away!

Good luck at the show!

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