Tuesday, May 17, 2011

First show, quiet and rainy

Well, we would have been happier with better weather and better attendance at the Emanuel Cancer Foundation fine arts and crafts fair on Saturday, but as our first time out we had a pretty good day regardless.  (Sunday was rained out).  We enjoyed chatting with the few people who came by, and we added a handful of prospects for commissions and repairs.

Photo by Brian Reilly of Franklin Lakes Patch ... Click here for full story.

I am happy with our booth and the materials I prepared to exhibit the work.  We'll plan to do one or two more shows this season, which I will announce here. (Click on any photo to enlarge).

Eric chilling .. crickets chirping ...
Our simple booth, with a rented canopy and rented tables.
40 artisans and craftspeople participated
Today, I'll be meeting with a new customer from the fair to re-create a stained glass panel in her kitchen cabinet door.  This week I'll be preparing design proposals for potential customers ... an octagonal window, a reproduction of a microscopic photograph, and a Victorian rose.

Click here for Boehm Stained Glass Studio website.

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