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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Dogwood Arts Festival Market Square Art Fair {one-of-a-kind fused glass art, Knoxville, TN}

Allan and I experienced a wonderful weekend of great fun, super people and beautiful art while exhibiting at the Dogwood Arts Festival Market Square Art Fair in downtown Knoxville! We had superb weather for the first three days of the show and even though it rained on Sunday there were lots of people out and about and many of them found their way to the Sassy Glass Studio booth. Many of Sassy Glass Studio's fabulous one-of-a-kind fused glass art made its way into the hearts and homes of art lovers from near and far. I totally spaced out and neglected to get a photograph of the cute pug, Edmond, whose people purchased him the Swanky Dog Bone bowl...he was a frisky pup.

Many thanks to Kristin and my mom for coming by and hanging out with me for a few hours on Friday and Saturday while Allan was off gallivanting, I mean shooting photographs.

Sassy Glass Studio is working to replenish the shop with lots of great new art for the Knoxville Creative Hands Street Team Spring Show and Sale on May 16 and 17 in the Centre at Deane Hill on Morrell Road across from West Town Mall. The Show and Sale will be indoors in the former Cato's store next to Stein Mart. There will be over 30 vendors present who sell their handmade items and vintage on Contact me if you would like more information or if you have any media contacts who would love to assist us in getting the word out about the show. We hope to see you there!

Here are some photographs from the weekend...
Allan is a very Sassy assistant!
The tent glowed pink at night...very Sassy!
One-of-a-kind fused glass goodies
Yes, three Yorkies with hats on in an antique pram...
Here I am being Sassy!

A Sassy shopper
The new Sassy Glass Studio sign
The improved pendant display- an old screen, a little ribbon and a hot glue gun
A shot of the entire booth
Sunday was not sunny, it was rainy but we found straw to keep shoppers feet from the mud (very Tennessee and reminiscent of my younger years in the barn)
Allan spreading some Sassy joy to passerby in the rain

Allan doing what he does best...making the customers laugh!

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