Winter isn’t finished with us yet. Mt Wellington/kunanyi had a dusting of snow on it this morning. https://www.discovertasmania.com.au/places/hobart-and-south/mount-wellington/ It was a cold and wet day, on top of it being the AFL Grand Final Day that a large proportion of the Australian population watch.
A family, from Sydney, that love magpies bought a “Maggie” print. A lady, also from Sydney, bought “The Three Amigos II” for her grandfather, who loves kookaburras. His farmhouse is called The Kookaburra, he has kookaburra stained-glass windows and heaps of kookaburra themed ornaments and pictures. She bought a “Maggie” print for herself.
A family with a bird theme in their house purchased a “The Bun” cushion cover.
A lady visiting from Brisbane purchased a “Lazy Days” print and pouch.
A man visiting Tasmania for the weekend chose “Leafy Decorum” to take back to Sydney tomorrow.
A family were drawn into the stall to buy some cards and were looking for a special one for their grandmother/great grandmother, living in the UK, who is turning 99 years old. They chose a wombat themed card to send her.
Two ladies from Sydney chose “Meet Me at the Gate”.
A man, visiting Tasmania from Adelaide to attend his auntie’s 70th birthday tonight, purchased a “Goldilocks and the 20 Penguins” print.
I didn’t have a good night’s sleep so by the close of the market, I was so tired. It took me longer to pack up and I haven’t unpacked the car when I got home. A job for tomorrow morning.
Art thought for the week:
“Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.” ― Oscar Wilde
Wishing you a creative week.
Cheers, Patricia (PJ) Hopwood-Wade
Quality prints of my art are available at www.pjpaintings.com