A great day! Art in the Park was a busy mecca of artists, music & fun. I honestly did not sit down once from 9am until 4pm when it ended. And then, I only sat down in the car when it was time to drive to home. Needless to say, I'm exhausted!
Although nothing sold, there was a great deal of interest in my home portraits - I ran out of brochures! And I gave out the history of everything I painted, where it was, & when it was (some of the homes date back to 1934).
Some of the prints did sell and I will probably take the balance to the art gallery next weekend & put them on display/sale there. These smaller 8x10 matted prints make a great gift at the holiday.
It has been alot of work to pull this show together and I'm glad I did it. But I"m glad it's over - now I can maybe get a few things in order. And deciding what to paint next -- I may take a break from architecture. Unless, of course, some commissions come in from the show!
One note to remember: people love (a) pop of color and (b) shadows.