Do or Die, Smile or Cry!
This is it, no turning back now!
So I'm finally ready. Months of sculpture building, booth preparing, and spinning ideas within my brain! Booking rooms, hydro, parking, sewing drapes, planning meals. Recruiting help, ordering prints and signs. And that isn't even the half of it.
I was late on booking a uhaul truck because I wasn't given a 'move in' date for the show until early March. Called for a uhaul and they had Nothing! PANIC MODE! Everyone that had boughten a house in the Niagara region was moving that same week! I wanted to rent the biggest truck, 26 feet, for one week. I had to settle for a 17 foot (only 14 feet inside) for two days! I've had to stream line my booth tremendously with last minute down sizing on everything! No hard walls in my booth now, only curtains. Can't bring some of my larger sculptures. But who knows, once I get the truck in the driveway, I might have to eliminate more bulk! Everyone cross their fingers for me that I have enough space for everything I have planned on bringing.
So just a last reminder that you can buy discounted tickets on my website here:
Hope to see everyone there!
"Art is a personal thing. When you invest in a piece of art, you buy a piece of that artist. The artist knows every curve, every stroke, every tiny detail in the creation of each piece. Each creation puts a personal intimate part of that artist on display for the whole world to see"