Life As An Itinerant Artist

Stories and anecdotes from fifteen years on the art show circuit. 

One more show to go, one more river to cross

Fenceline

It’s almost done. The 2009 show season is coming to a close, at least up north. The weather has turned chilly, and people’s thoughts have turned to raking leaves and watching college football. But I’ve got one more show in Westlake, Ohio, near Cleveland, this weekend, and it promises to be a good one.

The upscale mixed-use mall at Crocker Park hosts two shows a year, one in mid-June, and the Fall Festival, which has a nice wine-tasting and 100 artists from the region. It runs from 10AM – 8PM on Saturday, October  10, and from 11AM to 6PM on Sunday the 11th. I’ll be showing my award-winning “Disappearing Agrarian Landscape” series one last time before the snow flies. I’ll also be showing some of my popular color work from the southwest.

So if you’re in the area, stop by and see me! I’ll have a few surprises in store as well. Looking forward to seeing you.

October 8, 2009

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