Can we talk?

Well, the Summer is officially over, isn’t it?  My oldest is up in Connecticut, studying dance.  My youngest is in 7th grade, and I am back in the studio working!  The demo at Piedmont Craftsmen Gallery went really well!  I had lots of interested folks asking questions and taking notes.  I did get some video footage too, which I will share.  If you didn’t get a chance to see the show, the Energy series is still at the gallery.
This week, I need your help.  If you could just copy and paste these answers to a few questions, that would be most helpful.
 A WIP (work in progress)




Which of these packages would be most attractive to you as a buyer of my art?  Bundling these things together would result in your paying less than if you were to get them separately.

1.  Art + delivery

2.  Art + print of  another favorite piece

3.  Art + notecards of art

4.  Art + a catalogue of my art

5.  2 or more groupings of smaller pieces

6. 2 or more Giclee prints of my art

 That’s it!  How easy was that?  If you liked them all, then let me know that too. Or just pick your favorite combos.


If you have never been to a large quilt show, make plans to go  to the Really Big Show in Houston this Fall.  You will be amazed at the variety of art you will see.  Plus, it’s a great place to get all the best gadgets, books, thread, and fabric or take a class.  Wear your comfiest shoes because you will be walking a lot. Here’s the details:

International Quilt Festival

November 1-4, 2012
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, Texas

Wed., Oct 31 (Preview Night): 7-10 p.m. 
Thurs., Nov. 1-Sat., Nov. 3: 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 4: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 

Ticket prices:
$12 daily adult
$9 seniors & students
Children 10 and under free.
$12 Preview Night (includes one free additional day)
$42 Full Show Pass (includes Preview Night)

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2 thoughts on “Can we talk?

  1. Glad to hear that your Piedmont demo went well!

    I would definitely prefer art+delivery. It takes something wonderful and takes away the annoying mundane task of paying for delivery-now it’s just pure joy!

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