Tuesday, June 3, 2008


This weekend our doll group in Columbus along with a Quilting Guild opened our show called "Fiber Optics" at the High Road Gallery in Worthington Ohio. ( http://www.highroadgallery.com/ ). We do this show usually every other year. Imagine my surprise when I found out Saturday morning at our Guild meeting that I'd sold three pieces before the show even opened. Sunday I went to the artist reception & was pulled aside by the gallery owner to tell me that I'd sold 9 pieces total. WOW! She also asked me to do the Holiday Show in November. I'm so excited. Now some of what I put in the show was jewelry, but I did sell a lot of my dolls. I even sold the altered barbie called Winged Death. THAT was a big surprise! Most of the pieces at the show are older. I think the newest piece was 9 months old. I just needed space to create more. I'm happy to not be bringing back more things to my house & will be very happy when I get the money. It is going to mean that I can stay in the nicer hotel when I go out to Albuquerque next month! Woohoo, no HoJos for me!


Lisa said...

Dot - *I* think you underpriced your stuff at HR - I KNOW how much time and effort goes into some of that beading, even though you're a whiz at it - but I also totally understand the urge to let things go and find new homes and thus open up space for new creations. Congrats on all the sales!

Hélène H said...

Wow, that's fabulous ! Hope you sell more !

Cyn ~ The Wingedneedle said...

HIGH FIVE!! you rock!! congrats on the sales and better accomdations for EDAC!!