Last Sunday, June 30, we spent the day at Newtown Welcome Day, Newtown, PA. I took my clay work. Here’s a series of photos from the day that chronicle how things look from my set up at a street fair from the start of the event (three hours before start, in our car waiting to get onto the cleared street to set up) to when the fair is in full swing.
Take a look. I hope to give you a feel for what a day on the street selling art entails.
The booth is ready for customers.
The street fills with people.
I sit behind my display and watch the traffic in the street.
The worm’s eye view of the terrain, you might say. Things look different sitting behind that table!