Monthly Archives: March 2016

Travel – Planning Well or OCD?!?!

I love planning and researching travel opportunities. Ok, lets start again. I LOVE to travel. No one has to ask me twice about going on a trip. In fact, I have been known to invite myself on trips that I … Continue reading

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Weighing Your Options, Literally!

Ok, I know my ‘big’ sales event is only half of a table but I want to look professional. So I needed to come up with display material that would be portable, light weight and look good, right? Easy and … Continue reading

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The Flying Squirrel Goes Tribal

So Artfest is quickly approaching and the excitement is ramping up! As part of the Artfest event there is a vendor night. This is limited to attendees of the retreat. It is a short in duration, only an hour and … Continue reading

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Art Trades, oh the pressure!

Often at art retreats, attendees do trades. It can be something small that represents you and your art (a special bags of ephemera, an ATC, a pin or button, you get the idea). Well, if I am going to Artfest … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions!

Have I mentioned I love to take classes and workshops. I am not sure what exactly it is, the camaraderie, the travel, or learning new things. Yes, yes and yes!! Well one of the people I have admired on-line is … Continue reading

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Just Look Around

There is the obvious inspiration that surrounds you when you visit an exhibition at a museum. This was no different at the Norton Museum’s BIJOUX 2016. The energy and creative spirit was palpable with the 37 artists of contemporary art … Continue reading

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