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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Sierra Art Trails, Staging areas



If you are an artist that lives too far out in the mountains and it is more difficult to get visitors to drive the distance, you have to find a place closer into town or on the Highway.

Judy Andes, Pastel Artist , and I will be at the Coarsegold Historical Museum on Highway 41,, just follow the signs, near the Casino.




So the work begins, what do I take with me, how will I hang it, hope I don't forget anything!
Nails, push pins, table cloths, pricing, tables, set up, demo items etc.

If I were at home I would have to add, things like dusting, washing windows, clearing the house, set  up an outside area also.
Is this easier?

So thankful to the museum for opening their doors for us, and a great opportunity for guests to see the museum, school house and blacksmith shop.. Never been here?

Come visit, docents will be available.


 
  Where did the year go?I am boxing up lots of scarves, silk and cotton, new jewelry, hand painted water color cards,
a few new gourds, gourd necklaces, hanging fiber art, now what else is there?

Oh, Yes, the Fiber Art Pieces. 
Come visit and say hello!

We love to chat and share how we create our art.

Judy will be demonstrating her Pastel techniques, and I will be demonstrating watercolor on cards, and English Paper Piecing..

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  1. I wish I could be there. Have a wonderful weekend.

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