Hi everyone. I hope you and yours are well.
I have spent the last couple of months getting ready for the Tree Street Art Safari in my home town last Saturday. This event is run by the Stirling Street Arts Centre in the "tree" street area of Bunbury. Residents host artists in their gardens. It is a fabulous event and the opportunity for people to visit artists they might not normally see.
I had lots on offer - ecoprint wool and silk scarves, totebags, greeting cards, note books & upcyled eco-printed TShirts. Photo products on prints, totes, cushion covers and greeting cards. And paper flowers!
Plus I had for sale my writers group, the South Side Quills latest anotholgy "Aspects of Childhood". You can see it on the right had side bar here....
The day dawned clear and warm and we had a very busy day welcoming over 900 people through our display. There were lots of people out and about making it a vibrant event.
Firstly I must say THANKYOU to my wonderful, obliging and generous hosts Maggie & Alec for hosting me again this year for the Tree Street Art Safari. I was truly blessed when I was paired with them several years ago. THANKYOU to everyone who visited and THANKYOU to those who purchased from me or commented on my work. I truly appreciate you all and enjoyed meeting and talking with you.
And THANKYOU to my husband without whose support i couldn't do any of this.
A lucky visitor walked away with my favourite framed photo print of spices tucked under her arm to put up in her new kitchen.
I had lots of prints and greeting cards.
There were cushions and tote bags from my print on demand on-line Red Bubble range.
Eco printed wool and silk scarves
Including my new favourite printed with coreopsis yellow daisies from my front garden. It just loves being printed on wool and silk and even cotton. I loved this cute little top on the right hand side here, but unfortunately it didn't fit me...
And lots of other T's including these...
Eco printing greeting cards, notebooks, tote bags, and scarves.
And paper flowers
Now to get ready for the Dardanup Art Trail on the weekend of 29-30 April
Thank you so much for stopping by. And please excuse the blatant advertising. Do you have an art market you visit? Perhaps you would like to share in your comments.
You can see my Red Bubble shop here where you can order from anywhere in the world! Life Images on Red Bubble
I value your comments and look forward to hearing from you. I will try to visit your blogs in return. Have a wonderful week.
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Congratulation to your Tree Street Art Safari, Jill. I wished I had visit this event, which must be very interesting. And of course, I believe it was a lot work for preparing thisReplyDelete
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I love the cushions and the tees! Everything is beautiful. I'm so glad the day was a success! Visiting from Peabea's linkup todayReplyDelete
Wow - these are so cool! I'd be proud to have any one of these!ReplyDelete
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Jill - thanks for your recent visit to my blog! As always, you put on a fabulous booth with your wares. My favorite has to be the clothing with the coreopsis flowers. I only have to wait another couple of months for them to be blooming in my garden!ReplyDelete
Oh, I wish I were in your area so I could have visited. I love your talents that you share. I think unique.ReplyDelete
These are so beautiful and eco-friendly at that. Wish I lived closer and could lay my hands on them. Stopping by for the first time and I'm in awe of your talent.ReplyDelete
Best wishes always.
Jill, I hope the event was worthwhile. To have 900 people come by is wonderful. I love the photography pillows.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing and have a great day! Sylvia D.
Everything is beautiful Jill -- what a wonderful event and how lucky all your buyers were to find the perfect item -- Was the spice photo given as a door-prize? The winner must have been ecstatic. I didn't know you had a shop and I will visit. Did not mind at all.ReplyDelete