Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Mini Show Ends

The miniatures show has officially ended as of yesterday. I will spend the next week, boxing and shipping artwork back to artists and to our clients who purchased artworks. I am pleased to report that even in this bad economy the sales at our gallery were still strong. We hung 149 paintings this year. Last year we hung 183. This year we sold 22 paintings as opposed to 28 last year.

I have the Rappahannock Artists' Studio Tour coming up on November 6 & 7 and must have all the miniatures out of the gallery and a new show hung for this show weekend. Its a huge amount of work and a very long weekend with long hours. Because of the limited space at the gallery, I can't store artwork there and must transport my work from home for each new show.

I am always dreaming of a larger gallery/studio. How about you?


  1. Hi Linda,
    Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the arts. Even though the economy is slow at this time, your miniature show has been a success again this year. We all appreciate you!
    See you next year...

  2. Thanks Ellen, it is very rewarding to host this show, make new friends, and even make a little money for us all. And it's like Christmas morning when I open the boxes during receiving and am the first person to see them. See you next year.