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In over five years of selling photography at art shows, I’ve had the opportunity to make a lot of friends, and to observe many more artists and their handiwork. I got to thinking about why some kinds of art seem to sell better at certain shows. Things like garden art, for example. Or jewelry. The […]

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Here are my picks for the top twenty-five art festivals in the US. I haven’t participated in all of them, but I’m working on it. Primary criteria for this ranking is based on overall attendance, ambience, artist treatment, sales and ease of doing the show. Cherry Creek Arts Festival – Denver, CO Sausalito Art Festival […]

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Back again in Michigan, greeted by rain, cold and a flurry of snow two Sundays past. Brrr! I’m no sooner home than off again to Greenville, South Carolina, for Artisphere, which promises to be a well-run show with just 100 hand-picked artists. Proud to say I’m hand-picked. I got a call from Liz Rundorrf who […]

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Coconut Grove — getting too commercial?

I have completed two shows out of my three scheduled shows in Florida this year. My wife Karyn and I just set up the third show — the prestigious Naples National Show, in Cambier Park (more on this show next week). Two weeks ago, the Boca Museum show was a pleasant surprise — the weather […]

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