Tuesday, May 5, 2009

It was a cold day...

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Potters Market this past weekend! And to everyone else, I don't blame you for staying indoors!

All things considered, we had a pretty decent number of art fans come out, but between the meteorologic and economic climates, it made for pretty slow sales.

One of the things I like most about these sales events is the opportunity to talk with people about pottery, about art. Whether they end up buying something from me or not, that connection is real fun, and probably worth more in the end.

The good news is, I still have plenty of pots in stock for the show this coming weekend. I don't know if I ever really thought I could be in danger of selling out last weekend, but it was still a minor worry. (This is the part where I was going to put in a comparison worry - something horribly irrational, but witty, and slightly humorous - but the only worries that I could think of are actually quite serious, and not appropriate for witty comparisons). If you have any irrational fears/concerns/worries, please leave them in the comments area. And I'll keep trying to think of something.

So, that's it. Wish me luck this weekend. I don't think I can justify making more pots until I've sold the ones I have...

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