When patrons walk around art and craft festivals, many of them observe how the artwork looks in relation to the way the artist displays his or her work.
A display can indicate to a patron about an artist and the value he or she has in their own art. To some artists it may not seem to be of much concern but it can be an asset or liability to your sales.
The way an artist presents their art at an art festival is very important because you want to present yourself as a reliable person and a professional artist. You want to make sure that when people see your work they see quality art from a quality artist.
Additionally, it’s also important to have a great booth display for when you are trying to get juried into a show! For a Howard Alan Events Art Festival or an American Craft Endeavors Craft Festival, the display is just as important as the work, itself.
We have several links on our website that can help you create the best display possible:
(1) “Display Requirements” for our Art Festivals can be found HERE.
(2) “Display Requirements” for our Craft Festivals can be found HERE.
(3) “Booth Display Examples” can be found HERE.
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