Due to the ridiculous weather in Oklahoma, I decided to rent a tent rather than bank on my flimsy EZUP to withstand whatever happened over the weekend, but I still had plenty to pack:
|See also: my brain.|
|Love my new camper shell! So much protection!|
|8 x 10s, including originals and new poppy reproductions|
|State stickers are always a crowd pleaser.|
|There's always a bit of time on my hands when I'm at a show, and I decided to put those|
hands to work. I brought some scraps and blanks and did what I do.
|Finished 5 x 5 made at the show, sold at the show!|
|I try to avoid fair food, but this is a deep fried Oreo...I'm weak!|
|Awesome guy William Franklin, who owns Decopolis (5th and Boston) picked out several|
clocks to have in his store! I'm so thrilled to be represented by this great place!
|Paul, an architect from Tulsa who is a fellow KU alum, was a wonderful advocate |
for my work and was actuallythe matchmaker between myself and Decopolis.
Always nice to find new friends at art shows!
After a wonderful weekend with nice weather and almost no rain, I walked around downtown on Monday a bit before heading home. It was a little windy...
|This is supposed to be straight up, but wind won this battle.|
Image the bits of dirt hitting my skin as I walked around. Tons of fun.
|View from my hotel room.|
|William's store and hangout place. Go there if you can!|
|I just liked the fire escape here.|
|Saw this on my way to Braum's. Adorable.|
|Upon returning home (and resting for a day), Elsie decided to try and help me unload the truck.|
She was worthless.
So, Tulsa! Thanks for everything!
Don't forget to check out Decopolis at 607 S Boston.
I have a couple weeks before a one day showing at a bike race in KC...many bike themed things to come! I've been trying to stock up my Etsy store and work on inventory for the Des Moines show at the end of the month.
Until next time...