It has been a week since I participated in the Kalamazoo Art Fair and each time the show gets a little better. A few more sales, quicker set up, easier tear down. Generously helpful Artists on each side of us. From the last show I noted to myself to bring a step stool, which came in very handy. This show made me decide to purchase a fold up rolling cart to make things easier. Sometimes the parking spot is not so close to your booth space. It takes a lot to tote around a 40 pound weight. This sculpture was in the courtyard of the Kalamazoo Institutes of Art.
We had to walk down here often to have dinner, use the restroom, get snacks and beverages.
Bronson Park, everything is all buttoned up on Friday night.
While walking to our parking lot we passed the Federal Building.
On the corner was placed a plaque of the Bill of Rights.
Saturday morning started out as a lovely sunny day. The booth by This large statue had large items for sale. From the front it looked like the statue was park of their display.
These charming mossy statues were all over the park.
My booth is at the end of this row. The Artists were all slowly getting there to open up for business.
Old church tower I could view from my vantage point.
Loved the lime green color of the tree.
This helicopter flew over a few times in the course of the day.
Love this mossy moose.
While making a trec to the KIA I was stopped by a parade. I thought these large headed people were amusing.
Look at the size of this dog!
Another colorful float.
I wondered if her bee costume was heating up inside.
Colorful shopping cart too!
I think this was the mascot of their hockey team.
There was not an old car show going on. These people just brought their 51 Ford to set along the parade route.
I liked this boy and his cape. He was getting some assistance from h is superhero Dad.
Lastly a man and his dog.
The little pooch was sitting so patiently observing his surroundings. All in all, we had a good show. It takes a while to build a following and it is fun to talk with people and make contacts. I would do it again. As always….thanks for stopping.