PAW 2019 day twelve

A mixed day with warm sun at points and others very cool and breezy. A busier day with visitors both in the morning, afternoon and some friends after hours. A chance to chat in several cases over a nice mug of tea or coffee. Sales were lower today.

So, what have I completed and / or been selling these last 12 days?

I have sold 210 cards in 12 days which is over 100 more than last year. The good thing is that I have sold copies of all my cards on offer, some cards have sold more obviously including the new Santa Over Purbeck cards for 2019 which I have never shared images of:

Santa over Studland

and

Santa over Kimmeridge

As the set of seasonal cards extends to 6 now they fit my deal of a set for £10.

I have also had to contact my printer as two very popular cards during PAW this year have almost run out of stock and new copies are due on Friday for:

PAW studio in the snow

and Looking up at a wintery sky

Yesterday I also completed my piece showing one of the ladies crews from Swanage Sea Rowing Club out training below Durlston Castle.

So, again more constructive time. I am about to start a commission that I received after a visit to the studio in the first week of PAW. I am also planning which order to do some other new pieces, what to draw is not an issue, which order to do them in is more of a challenge.

I look forward to welcoming more visitors over the next four days and to see how the event finishes in terms of visitor numbers, work sold and art cards drawn.

Thanks for reading

Andy

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