Sunday, November 24, 2013

Celebration of Seagrove Potters Booth pictures


This was the booth right after we set up.
 Overall I think it worked out really well.
It took me a bit of time to set this booth up and I am sure that most of that was that it was different from what we have had in the past.
It felt as if I had walked into the grocery store and they had moved all the aisles.
I loved the shelves that Mark built and the area for the tiles worked perfectly.
Back to it today.
M

12 comments:

Dennis Allen said...

I'm with you on this. Whenever I change the booth I spend way too much time arranging and re arranging . Next show out, it is so much faster. Have a great show. I saw pictures of the show posted on facebook that made me wish I were there.I thought Sid looked particularly dapper.

Laurie said...

It was beautiful in person! Hoping the shelves will be bare by tonight!

Tracey Broome said...

Yes, hope those shelves empty out quickly, best wishes for a great show! Wish I could come, home today with a nasty cold that will not go away:(

Linda Starr said...

Your new display looks super, hope you have a wonderful sale.

Anna M. Branner said...

Your display looks fantastic. I hope packing up is a breeze!

smartcat said...

The display looks perfect for your work. Hope you have nothing left to pack at the end of the day.

Judy Shreve said...

Beautiful display -- but hope it looks completely empty soon! -)

Gail said...

Looks great! Hope it was a good show for you.

Kathy Catlin said...

Beautiful display! I need to redo mine, but keep putting it off. Have a great show :)

Lori Buff said...

I spend a lot of time rearranging my booth but sometimes that simply means moving something over 1/4 inch. We get obsessive don't we? It looks great from here.

Sandy miller said...

Wow! Looks grand!! Hope you came home empty! Setting up, tearing down...... Potters are the first in, last out! Set up is agonizing for me and since am ussually alone takes forever! On one trip with my daughter, she grabbed my hand and said you have picked up that pot 100 times, stand down!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

gorgeous :)