Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Crafty Times - Stick Rock Indie Craft Show & Bazaar + Dialect at BREWs



Stitch Rock, Indie Craft Fair & Bazaar Delray Beach FL
Dialect at Brew's Urban Cafe Fort Lauderdale
This weekend was Stitch Rock (south floridas largest indie craft fair & bazaar). It was saturday October 2nd at Old School Square in Delray FL. It is the bestest craft show. Packed with many unique crafty/ vintage vendors. This year was the biggest yet, with vendors both in the gymnasium and under a large tent outside. I was upstairs on the balcony this year along with some other crafty friends. One that i am especially excited to be booth neighbors to is my twin sister jessica. She is back with her Chloe the Hot Dog & Friends art, she even made cute lil florida oranges. Yay! I missed her by my side. She got married to Eric earlier this year and has been busy with new things like a golden retriever puppy (who is now chloe the hot dogs best friend) and gardening and traveling to the keys with her husband. But she is back painting some again and will be at more shows with me soon. At my booth there was my paintings done on cardboard and framed, I had both 8 1/2 x 11 and 5x7 paintings and also prints done on recycled hardstock. I also made ceramic mushroom flower vases and some tiny mushroom friends and peace owl bells. You can see more photos from the show on my facebook art page. My little sister Karina (who is an amazing artist already) was my booth helper. She helped hand out some peace owl masks and helped with the money box. She is the cutest little peace owl. :) Can't wait for the next Stitch Rock. Thanks to Amanda for putting on a great show. She is amazzing. <3
Another event last week was at a local coffee shop called BREW Urban Cafe. They do monthly art shows where the artwork hangs in there yummy coffee shop and they have an opening night with music and art called Dialect. My peace owls will be hanging there for a month. They will be flying high after all that coffee. Also if someone wants to take them home, they can buy them with there coffee. It is a really fun and chill event. The place has seating indoors and outside and they have many yummy coffees, teas, and other brews. Even some pastries. Nice local stuff. Yum.
Peace & Love.

8 comments:

sara said...

wowwww everything looks absolutely amazing!
what a beautiful event. sounds like you had so much fun!

With Love, Jamie said...

Amazing :) Someday, I wish to see one of your booths in person!! & shop! :)
I adore your little mini flag garlands...so sweet!
xo, Jamie

jadie said...

hey lady this is super belated, but i saw your article in boho mag and just wanted to say congrats! oh and p.s. your table set-up is so lovely.

anouk said...

some really good ideas
&
i like your sunny smile.

flaming hag folkwear said...

I just love the peace owl masks. You could travel the world taking photos of folks wearing your peace owl masks, and make a whole installation. Oo oo, you should totally do that!

Kristin said...

omg I really like your top!

happy owl erin said...

what adorable things you have there.
xo

our little love nest said...

Oh that looks like it was so much fun! Those masks are awesome! Your work is so fun. I love "flaming hag's" idea!!!