I have a busy morning and evening laid out. Dealing with the taxman (or woman in this case) this morning. Entertaining a friend this evening. Hooking this afternoon! 🙂
I am growing excited about my schedule this year, especially the upcoming exhibits. I send my work to be juried into Dimensions 2015 on the April 28th.
My next event is the Cathedral Village Arts Festival Street Fair. You’ll find me in front of “Traditions” the store, on the east end of 13th Ave., on the north side of the street.
After that will be Join the Thread in Weyburn in June. I will send two pieces to the show. I hope to go down for the opening, but haven’t heard if there is one yet!
The end of June will find me in Alberta. I hope to visit a couple of galleries – one in Calgary and one in Edmonton – to see if they’re the right places to sell my work.
I just heard about another Saskatchewan Crafts Council exhibit at the Affinity Gallery in Saskatoon, SK for July and August. So I’ll be hooking some work for that as well.
By July I should be frantically arranging the shipment of wall hangings to Sauder Village in the USA. I’ve never done this before and am doing it with considerable trepidation. There seems to be a lot of paperwork in moving artwork across the border.
After the wall hangings are shipped off to Sauder Village I will be hooking more Christmas inventory and larger rugs for gallery exhibits.
And then, in October, I will be attending The International Guild of Handhooking Rugmakers tri-ennial conference in Victoria, B.C. I look forward to meeting some of you there!
That’s the plan so far! It will be interesting to see how everything pans out. 🙂