Thank you for checking out my latest post! Today, I wanted to highlight some of the changes that I’ve made in my set-up since last season. These changes were necessary, as I have been invited to attend larger juried events this season.
Here is a-little background in 2018, I decided it was time to try my hand at selling my work through juried shows and makers markets. After attending my first few juried events, I realized that not only do I really enjoy getting to talk about my work and interacting with so many different people. But, I need to refine my booth set-up because my little 6’ folding table wasn’t enough. See the photograph of my booth from 2018 below.
My vision for the the 2019 season, is to make my booth more of a gallery experience for the visitor. In order to achieve this look, I will be using the walls of my 10’x10’ tent which will allow each visitor to focus on the work they see displayed in my booth. I have also purchased ergonomic flooring from Displays2Go in order to create a consistent floor no matter the setting. There will be two 6’ tables covered with black table cloths. One of these tables will have a portrait, artist statement, guestbook, and clear acrylic risers and jewelry displays for my work. The other table will have additional clear acrylic risers with jewelry displays and the check out. Please see the photograph below for current set-up.