Thursday, June 17, 2010

These are some of the new listings I put on etsy this past week.  If you are interested in these or any others just click on my etsy shop on the bottom right side of the page.  The weather has been challenging this week with the high winds in Park City that we thought were going to sweep us away.  We left the Park City market early yesterday after a huge wind gust came up and knocked all the displays down and blew the jewelry off the tables. Several people had thier canopies bent or ripped.  I was glad that everyone go out of there in one piece.  I missed a couple of people who were supposed to be back for their custom orders, but will probably see them this Wednesday.  This past Saturday it rained for the Ogden Artist Festival and it was moved indoors at Union Station which turned out to be nice, since we stayed dry.  I would much rather be outside though and enjoying good weather.  Look for me at the Park City market on Wednesday from 12pm to 6pm.  it is held in the parking lot at the Canyons ski resort.  Hopefully the weather holds out.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Ogden Art Festival

 It is going to be a busy week with Park City Tomorrow and the Ogden Artist Festival on Saturday.  It is at Union Station courtyard and runs down 25th Street. This is going to be my first art festival so I am excited and a little nervous.  It opens on Saturday at 10-8pm and I am not sure the weather is going to hold up since there is a chance of showers.  It would be really bad to get rained on for my first festival.  There are going to be  lot of great artists, lots of really yummy food, kids craft booths, and two stages for music.  I will be on the courtyard South side in booth #4.  So much to get done and so little time.  I hope you like my new pieces on etsy.   Just scroll down to the bottom right side of the page and click on my etsy shop, if you would like to see them.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Park City Market

We did our first market this year at the Canyon's in Park City, Utah.  The weather was nice and stayed about 65 degrees all day.  It was cloudy and a little windy but we enjoyed seeing everyone.  We were next to some really great artists who make make huge bells out of scrap metal.  I will have to post a picture of there art next week for you guys to see.  It was a slow day as the market just opened for the season but we still had fun.  I wish some magic genie would set up and take down the booth for me because I don't enjoy it.  My daughter is in the first picture and looks so cute, she designed the banner you see in back of the booth and is really talented in graphic design.  I love the colors she used because it really stands out. I will be in Park City every Wed in June and the first week in July and the market is open 12-6pm.