Two months ago I brought six of my framed photographs to a gallery for display. Filled with excitement, I was sure I was on the road to selling my work. Now, two months later, I am more sober in my assessment of my selling potential.
A couple of weeks ago, my long acquaintance with Dana, a shop owner in Turlock's downtown historic district lead me to another possibility - selling my cards and notebooks.
Getting there provided me with a learning curve. Choose my images. To make or not to make a label for the back. Find cellophane sleeves to protect the cards (not easy). Determine a price that isn't too high but at the same time, gets me the minimum back after selling through the shop.
Above is my display at The Emporium. Keeping my fingers crossed. After setting this up, I went back over to the gallery. I'll keep my work over there another month and then move on to someplace else. Ninety days is enough exposure without movement. Onward and outward.