September 28: Broadway Art Fair

More than a month has passed since Stacey, Zoe, and I put our art work out to the public during the Broadway neighborhood festival. Antique autos and tractors were parked in driveways and along our street. Musicians performed at the museum down the block. Neighbors conducted an unveiling by removing aluminum siding from the facade of their house. A local firm displayed its handcrafted canoes. And each of the three of us sold art!

Stacey minding the store.

Stacey minding the store.

Stacey's Gerhard Richter-inspired paintings. She sold five.

Stacey’s Gerhard Richter-inspired paintings. She sold five.

 

Zoe's earrings, priced at $5 to $8per pair. She sold 25 or more pairs and plowed half of her revenue back into materials for the next show.

Zoe’s earrings, priced at $5 to $8 per pair. She sold about 25 pairs and plowed half of her revenue back into materials for the next show.

Bob's paintings. The one on the left sold.

Bob’s paintings. The one on the left sold.

Zoe and Pearl set up on the porch after the rains came.

Zoe and Pearl set up on the porch after the rains came.

 

 

 

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