With summer in full swing, I brought some new pieces to the stores where I am consigned. Just before Square Roots Fest in Lincoln Square, I sent some new stakes over to Sacred Art Chicago.
It was fun to pick out what to send over. I am curious how they do this month as the gardeners are in full swing.
I was also asked to bring in some earrings to see how they resonate with Lincoln Square shoppers. I finally made abalone cages after meaning to replenish that line a while back. My smashed earrings are always in style. Sacred Art Chicago is located at 4619 N Lincoln Avenue in Chicago.
For the Evanston Sidewalk Sale, I made some Evanston Ornaments. These were by special request, so hopefully they resonate with shoppers. I’ll fiddle with more ideas soon.
I also dropped off another musical pendant, since they always find an audience. This one came from the “The Times are Never Weary” Song attributed to Mozart. I have a few up in the web shop as well.
You can see the full summer collection through the end of the month, when I will think about switching pieces over for the Fall.
It was fun to do some cross-selling with Everlasting Fire Studio. I purposely made some of the stakes to fit their bud vases.
You can keep tabs on my consignment locations and future art fairs on this page. I hope to send the new musical pendants off to new owners soon. I shouldn’t leave out the violin, horn, and trumpet in this series. Makes me think of Piccolo & Saxo.
I also want to work with the bass clef some more, but that will require a 2-component piece rather than my usual single-wire technique. My JigUFacturer training should come in handy for that.