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Art in the Yard Sale!

November 23, 2011

Last Saturday was the annual Art in the Yard sale held at Eliza’s pink house in Dallas. Several of the clay, glass, and jewelry artists from the Craft Guild had tables. The sale was also turned into a fun party with many fun snacks to nibble on and a two kegs of beer. Even though it was a warm and humid November day we had a great turn out. Many people even stayed just to chat and have a drink.

The yard was full of people, tables, and artwork that were beautiful framed by the twink;e lights draped across the yard. The beautiful pink house was the perfect backdrop to all the great art and creativity.

I was able to sell a few pieces and chat with lots of people about my pottery. During my last post I noticed that I had not posted any pictures of myself with my pottery so above a picture of me next to my table. I am quite proud that I was finally able to find some shades that fit well with those lamps!

Across from my table was my talented teacher James. His work has many great natural colors. Several of his tall mugs sold since they were great for the beer. In the right corner of the picture above you can see John and Steve taping an iphone to a tree in order to get the perfect view for the time lapse video…

Next weekend November the 26 I will be selling my work at the Christmas market in Richardson in the Campbell Road Village shopping center. If you would like to check out the market for some Christmas shopping here is the address:  635 W. Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX-75080

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