Last weekend I did the Bloomington Handmade Market Holiday Show, which is by far my favorite craft fair to participate in. It's well attended, profitable for me, and seems to draw a crowd that appreciates my work. Also, the volunteer staff is super helpful, and it's always well organized. The icing on the cupcake is that they provide coffee and noms for the vendors, which pretty much means I'm sold on the whole thing:)
There were some really rad vendors there this year. Here are a few of my faves:
Several other awesome things are happening. We have two events happening at Beech Grove Clay Works that I'm really excited about. The first is our holiday Ceramic and Chili Bowl sale!
The second is that I'm doing two kid's clay workshops in December. I'm really excited about this! My summer kids class was so much fun, so I can't wait to do another one. I've got so many ideas for clay projects!
Finally, I'm doing a 3 woman show at Earth House, and I'm so stoked about it.
Other than that, I've been making all kinds of things, some of which have broken (or exploded),
and others that are turning out pretty rad.
It's been a bit of a roller coaster ride on that front, but on the whole I'm excited about the direction that my work is taking of late. I'm making new items for the show in January, as well as planning to start putting my work in Paper Crane Gallery in Bloomington, which is another thing I'm excited about. I'll keep you posted on when my work will be available there. I know I've got one Bloomington reader that will be happy to hear that!
Ok, so that's about it for this mega post. Thanks for checking in! Hope to see you at the next awesome event:D