We have been very busy since our last post with shows nearly every weekend. We now have a little down time so I am able to bring you up to date and continue my blog once again. In February we worked at the Phoenix OPera, “Eugene Onegin” and dis the Desert Fest at Pebble Creek; the Wigwam Festival of Fine Art, and Worked the Magic Flute Opera.
In March we participated in the Litchfield Park Arts and Culinary Festival, Desert Fest at Saddlebrook Ranch, The Festival of Fine Art in Cave Creek, and the Santa Barbara Bead and Boutique Show with Garan Beadagio.
In April we worked the Arizona Opera, and the Sedona Spring Arts Show and caught up on medical appointments, joined the Sonoran Art League and were lucky enough to be chosen for the prestigious, Hidden in the Hills Show, with Randy Galloway as our sponsor from Twisted Fire Studio. We are looking forward to our first Hidden in the Hills Show in November.
In May we will attended the Prescott Fine Arts and Wine Festival on the 9th and 10th.
In June we will attend the Inter-Gem International Gem and Jewelry Show in Beverly Hills, California on the 5th, 6th, and 7th; the 61st North Beach Festival of Art in California on the 13th, and 14th; the 32nd Art and Wine Festival of San Anselmo, California on the 26th, 27th,and 28th.
In July we will be back in Arizona for the Prescott Rodeo Days Fine Art and Craft Show on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th; hopefully to Channel Islands on the 11th and 12th, Pasedena, California with Garan-Beadagio on the 24th, 25th, and 26th.
In August, we go with Garan Beadagio to Concord, California on the 7th, 8th, and 9th and finally we hope to attend Incline Village in Nevada for the Incline Village Fine Arts Festival on the 14th and 15th. or to Steamboat Sprints Art Festival as an alternate on the 15th and 16th.
We have a variety of other shows which we will attend and as soon as we have confirmation on them we will let you know. We have learned that doing six shows in a row is a bit much for us and have slowed down our schedule to accommodate for our health and positive outlook for future shows. There is so much to learn about promoting our jewelry in trade shows. We look forward to our future in this field and in finding the right venues to market our unique one-of-a-kind jewelry.
Nancy and Laurelle, Absolutely Unique LLC