Salamanca Market Nov 9, 2019

The highlight of today was selling one of my sister’s quirky peacock original art pieces.

Bad Hair Daysml
Nadine Richoux Art (my sister’s art)

I met a couple caravanning with their 14 month old daughter named Bindi. They said that she’s been really good despite the temperatures the last week being rather cool. I kept my fingerless gloves on all day today! They bought a “Sea Life” print for Bindi’s bedroom in Melbourne.

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Sea Life

A “Meet Me at the Gate” and “Double Date” is going to Jamaica and the UK.

 

A couple, visiting from Adelaide, bought about a dozen cards. She said that she put aside $5 notes all year to save for their trip to Tasmania.

A couple from Pilbara, Western Australia (WA) bought a “White Faced Scops Owls” for their daughter living in Perth, WA.

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White Faced Scops Owls

A young lady, who’s been in Tassie for five months, leaving today to go back to Ohio, USA, bought an A-5 sized “Salamanca Market” print.

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Salamanca Saturdays

“Lazy Days” and “Hair Accessories” tote bags made their debut today and they went as quick as I could hang them up.

 

The most popular prints today was “Spiky Bunk Beds”.

A thought to ponder: “Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art”, Leonardo da Vinci

Wishing you an awesome and creative upcoming week,
from Pj Paintings, stall #30 at Salamanca Market, Tasmania
P.S. Tote bags & pouches are available at www.pjpaintings.com

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