101 questions Heather, One artists craft fair adventure

One of my most favorite things about attending an art fair is meeting fellow artists and picking their brains. As a child many teachers, camp counselors referred to me as, “101 questions Heather”. Well, not much has changed, accept that I now find that to be a complement. Seeing a new design at a fair is to me like finding a quarter in the gum ball machine as a child. Yeah! Life is so good! I genuinely am excited for other artists and their talents. I simply adore being able to ask questions. How were you inspired to create this piece? How do you budget your time?, supplies?…..where do you get them?, and so on….Sometimes I even want to shout, I’m so proud of you! You are walking in your dream, you go girl! Okay, so my mothering skills are a tad bit transparent here, it’s a good thing. I love in life when you are walking in your gifting and talents, often times it can draw you back to childhood. Like asking many, many questions. I have a very dear friend, and fellow crafter that I attend art fairs with from time to time across the U.S. (More stories on our adventures later, I’m really trying hard here to stick to one subject!) One of the most exciting experiences has been meeting other artists and hearing their stories. I love hearing how they began their journey. I believe if we each view our gifts as not only a way to provide for oneself, but it offers s

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o much to others, I begin seeing a larger more intricately woven web that includes all artists and talents. It benefits all at multiple levels. This leads me to my next phase of journaling. Please join me for frequent stories and how to’s from fellow artist’s and myself. I hope that you find them amusing, thought provoking and if nothing else, a good laugh. I would love to hear from you and your creative adventures. Blessings………

About refoundesign

Hi! I obtained a B.S. in Interior Design with a focus in Art History. After working in computer aided design and years of child rearing the embers of artistic creativity are being rekindled and I've begun working a mix of media including photography, folk art painting, and repurposing vintage finds. I love sharing in the joys and inspiration of other creative bloggers as well. Welcome! Heather
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