So, Artisans on the Beach has completed bar the wash up meeting on Thursday 10th, I need to make some notes to share what was involved and also aspects of the event to work on. One that has come up in discussion is the importance of clear communication during the event and the importance of artisan peer support.
Tidying up after an event – an event can remove much of that artwork that dominates your home for a period. After the event there is bound for many of us to be work that returns home and restoring it to reduce friction with partners etc. I am in that phase currently.
Practical artwork, to be honest a few days off to just be and fight off lingering germs and start to reintroduce a daily nap when needed.
Planning ahead and items I will be blogging about;
– boiler suits and wearable art
– developing an ongoing range, for me; Santa over Purbeck series
– new ventures, possibly involvement in PAW sketching programme, I was volunteered but will have to see
– PAW19 membership and entry for open studio application due before end of the month
– develop some work linked to PAW theme possibly
– rationalising stock, materials and using accounts to plan how to spread costs more evenly.
– Purbeck Artisan Yard Bay rearrangements
A print framed and edited for client’s intended recipient, now totally unique – apparently very well received.
Colouring yourself in, in public – attention seeking boiler suit art during Artisans on the Beach and a lasting original idea.
Santa over Purbeck series – Swanage card after two seasons still in the lead, closely followed by this one of Corfe Castle in its first season on sale.
A sunny day in PAW18 having to draw in the shade outside Open Studio as too hot in the sun. Experimenting with drawing inks.