Well, I'm taking away two lessons from this year's Visions In Clay exhibition.
First... Go big.
Small works just get lost in the crowd. People want to be entertained. "Small" engages people in their personal spaces but it's "large" that engages the crowds in a room full of work.
Second... I'd rather be the lowest price sold work in the room than the most expensive piece that's being shipped back to the artist.
As much as I love it,..
I can't afford to collect my own work.
My shelf mate this year is Malissa Bland . Love her work and I feel good gett'n to set my work next to hers.