My show last week was a bust, but it was still fun. I got to talk to a lot of nice people and got a lot of feedback from them. Which is important. I was invited to two other shows, which is a nice feeling. But as for sales, well, that was a sad story there. And we had to listen to an Elvis impersonator for the majority of the day. A bad Elvis impersonator. But the weather was lovely and the company (J's my booth buddy) was fun, so I guess it wasn't a horrible day.
I did get some good feedback on my beaded pictures (tapestries, art, whatever you want to call them). A lot of people picked them up and told me how cool they thought they were. So I guess that is my go ahead for making some more.
Here is my latest one. It's a color pallet that I wouldn't normally do, but I'm in love with how it turned out. And I'm loving the silver frame, which is just a thrift store frame painted with stainless steel spray paint.
I got a few of this snake pendents that last time I placed a bead order. They were on sale, and I thought they were sort of cool. I had no idea what to do with them, but I figured I would think of something.
Here are the three that I have finished. I have a bunch of ideas floating around in my head and I can't wait to put them down on paper (or beads).
What do you think? Is this something that I should continue? What do you think of the snake color palette? Should I keep going with unique color palettes or should I go back to "normal" palettes? I'd love to hear your opinions.