Aw…, the familiar feeling of cold toes and fingertips while setting up for Salamanca Market in semi-light conditions…
A young lady from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, donning a beanie, scarf and puffer jacket, was one of the first to visit the stall. She chose a small ‘Suspended’ print.
A young family, visiting from the north of Stockholm, Sweden narrowed their choice down to a print of ‘The Three Amigos’, a small original painting of a Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo and a ‘What the Devil?!?’ greeting card.
‘Glamour Girls I’ is travelling to Adelaide. The new owner of the print told me that her sister works as a hairdresser and kindly cuts her hair for free at the salon. Each year they give the owner a thank you present for this arrangement. ‘Glamour Girls I’ will be 2018’s gift.
An auntie bought a ‘The Three Amigos’ print for her third nephew. He has two brothers and gets the hand-me-downs. She thought this would be nice to hang in his bedroom, something new especially for him, and three kookaburras like three brothers.
A family from Malaysia that have toured Tasmania bought an original painting of platypus. They had visited the Seahorse and Platypus House in Georgetown and were quite excited to get a platypus souvenir.
This week’s most popular print is: Suspended
A thought to ponder: “Imagination is more important than knowledge” ~ Albert Einstein.
Take care and enjoy your imagination,
from the Pjpaintings stall #30 at Salamanca Market.