Jamie and I were really excited to be selected as a vendor for the Lowcountry Artist Market. Coordinated by Kristen Gastaldo, the Lowcountry Artist Market is a place for Charleston artisans to sell their handmade and vintage goods locally. I’d attended previous markets and was always so impressed by the caliber of participating vendors. The Music Farm is a great venue too. It’s got great architecture and lots of character (high ceilings, brick walls, wood floors), which complements the bazaar-like feel of the event (it’s filled to the brim with amazing, handmade goods).
Despite the dreary day and occasional downpour, the Artist Market was bustling with people. Lots of friends from Park Circle dropped by (we have the best, most supportive friends). And we enjoyed meeting several other awesome people too: Kristen (mixed media) and Janelle (fused glass jewelry), Seth (screen printing), and Carla (baked goods). It was also great to see the creative business ladies I grab coffee with: Allison, Jeni of Sea Star Arts, and Sarah of Dodeline Design (who was another Lowcountry Artist Market vendor).
For those of you who’ve seen us at previous shows, you’ll noticed we changed up our display. (More on that here.)
We also introduced two new cards.
Yay was inspired by pieces of washi tape.
and Bummer because everyone has a bad day every now and then.