It has been a busy couple of weeks. Not only is my first ever photo exhibit now on at the Coffeehouse Kingston at Kingston Centre. I have even sold an image within the first week and the greeting cards supporting the show have gained popularity. I have also prepared for a second exhibit at the Coffeehouse Kingston downtown location right across from the market square. Unfortunately there is still an issue with the last featured artist coming to take down her painting so my images have not had a chance yet to go up.
As it turns out, the greeting cards are popular, so I have decided to get a bit of an assembly line going at the kitchen table and they are now available for purchase at the Kingston Visitor Experience Centre (the one with the train…) and at the loveliest gift store in town, Red Maple (say Hi to Paty from me), right on the corner of Brock and King Street, across from the market square. And if that is not enough – you can also now order them through Etsy and get them mailed straight to your home, fresh off the kitchen table assembly line!
Go ahead, check out pictures of my corner of the world in Kingston and purchase some cards so I can prove to my husband that this is not just a really expensive hobby 🙂