September 9, 2009

Jazz Trance

My early days were filled with selling my jewelry at shows and I seem to have come full circle because this weekend I am selling my jewelry at a small show. My friend Stella invited me to have a booth at a Jazz festival in Schertz, TX this weekend. There are only a few artists selling work: ceramics, photography, woodwork, wirework and jewelry. It's from 2 - 8pm.

Usually I wouldn't do a first year show or one where the art is not the main event, but a pile of jewelry that is growing out of control has me saying yes. We'll see, if nothing else it will be nice to sit in the park, listen to Jazz music and hang out with artists for the day.

My only prep work is putting earrings unto cards and slipping on a few price tags. I can handle that. It should be fun! If you are in the San Antonio/Austin/Hill Country area stop by for some tunes and to say hi.



9 comments:

Katie said...

I agree - even if you don't sell a lot, sitting around listening to jazz all day can't be 100% bad :o)

Too bad it's about 3 1/2 hours away from my house - a little too far for a drop in....

Carol B said...

Hi Heather,

Sounds like fun. I plan to be there.

Bead-Mused said...

I'm going to wish you lots of sales. I would love to be there, but this Saturday is Natalie's first baby shower and mom must be chauffeur! Enjoy the show!

FunkyMonkey Girls said...

Good luck and still it will be fun to be out:) If I still lived in San Antonio I would be out there!

Jolene

Leslie @ Bei Mondi said...

Hey, good luck on the show. Jazz, relaxing, sounds good. Ha, love the Mighty Boosh. Did you see the episode where they had coconut girl friends? Haha!

Judy said...

You never know unless you try...so I wish you a great day and lots of sales. I love the pendant!

Jeannie said...

I hope you sell all your jewelry and the weather is perfect for you all. Sounds like fun. I'll be teaching a jewelry class from 1 - 4 p.m.

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Priscilla Burris said...

How'd it go? I would've been there in a heartbeat if I could've!!