Summer Markets

It’s almost halfway through the summer markets and I’m just now getting around to sharing my news. I am so proud to share that I have been and will be at the Mebane Maker’s Market, in the town where I live, on the first Saturday of each month. This market goes through the first Saturday in September – the next market date is THIS Saturday, July 2nd.

I also partook in a Last Friday’s Art Walk in downtown Hillsborough, NC in May and had a great time!

I’m still adjusting to figuring out what works best in my display and how much art to take with me. I am figuring out how best to hang my works on canvas. I have a new plan for canvas hanging but requires me to purchase a few new items, one of which is online, and I’m not sure I’ll have the online purchase in time for this Saturday’s market, but I’m going to try! I would love to have this new display set up for hanging a large graffiti heart painting.

If you follow me on social media, you’ve probably seen that I have started to create jewelry with metal clay. I so enjoy coming up with interesting designs and I’m learning so much about the process and ways to improve.

Stay tuned next month as I start POTTERY CLASS! I’m so excited to dive back into clay work – I haven’t created in this media since college but I got a pottery wheel for my birthday last year and I want to learn how to use it!

Author: Brandi

Hi there, this is Brandi. I'm a pharmacist who works a very funny schedule, all week long but only every other week. As a result I'm off half the year plus vacation time. What do I do in all that time off? Good question... maybe if I start documenting it I'll know too:) Just kidding! I spend a lot of time on domestics: fixing up my house, cooking, sewing, knitting and of course bonding with my darling dog Darcy. I actually have the time and money to travel a bit, finally, so I will try to do that often on my week off. To my friends, this may be the quickest way to see what's going on in my life while I'm away.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: