Thursday, May 2, 2013

Waiting


Sitting all day, waiting for interested customers is one of the hardest things about showing your work at an art show.  This artist's silhouette caught my eye as she relaxed under the shade tree during the Magic City Art Connection last weekend.

10 comments:

King of New York Hacks said...

Love it...Brilliant composition..Creating art at the art show, you can't beat that...great one :)

Thérèse said...

True and this is such a great way to show it!

brattcat said...

what a capture!

Clueless in Boston said...

Very nice silhouette.

Jack said...

Nice image. I imagine it would be even harder for folks to walk into your tent and wrinkle their noses, snort or otherwise indicate that they don't like your work. I have a delicate ego and would not like that.

William Kendall said...

Terrific capture, Virginia.

altadenahiker said...

Your portrait is so good, now I'm worried about her. I hope she realized some success, because it's a brave thing to do.

Bob Crowe said...

That's a wonderful picture. Waiting for customers like this can be discouraging.

I heard about the 50th anniversary reenactment of the B'ham children's march on NPR this afternoon. Hope you got to photograph it.

Bob Crowe said...

That's a wonderful picture. Waiting for customers like this can be discouraging.

I heard about the 50th anniversary reenactment of the B'ham children's march on NPR this afternoon. Hope you got to photograph it.

Helene Titsch said...

Nice capture! The last artist I saw waiting for customers at a street fair was doing a mean job of knitting a sweater...a woman of many talents!