|Post-show sky after I'd dried off and was searching for dinner.|
The show coordinators really know how to take care of their exhibiting artists, including a dinner at the Sioux City Art Center the Friday night before the show.
|Yaaaawwnn, right? Oh, wait, that's Jackson Pollock's Mural from 1943!|
Over nineteen feet of art-world busting greatness.
|Get it where you can.|
Due to it being Labor Day weekend, the downtown was a bit sleepy, but I enjoyed walking around after the show closed. I didn't see one speck of graffiti, but there was plenty of art on display due to the SCAC sponsored Sculpt Siouxland public exhibition.
|I don't think the clothes were part of the original design.|
(They were gone on the next time I saw this.)
And because it was Labor Day, I wasn't able to visit this place on my way out of town because it was closed for the holiday, which made me very sad.
|I'll coordinate my meals better next time, because this looks great.|
So anyway, here's a bit of my booth.
|I added several more hearts to my inventory and sold|
some of my favorite clocks.
I enjoyed Sioux City, and now I can say that I've spent time in the middle, east, and west of the great state of Iowa, which is more than I can say for my home state of Kansas or my current state of Missouri.
UP NEXT: I'll be in Leawood, Kansas, Sept. 13 and 14 for a new event, The Handmade and Vintage Market. I'm excited to stay home and meet some new Kansas City area folks! Better get to making...