Wahoo!  Laura called this evening to say today was the day!  The 2nd highest day in sales so far, the first being grand opening…  We are so excited, Jenny Day’s painting “Foxy” and some of Terry Glenndinings paintings sold!  From what I gather, they were interested in Jen Otey’s originals that are not for sale right now, so we will have to talk to her about getting more of her items to sell!

These types of days make us all so happy, not only will they help us make rent (important) but it helps to solidify the fact that The Stash and our concept of shop local, buy handmade is important to others as well.  Our goal of having a shop for a creative community is working, having a place where people can explore artistic mediums, take classes and shop is taking shape!  I love it.

Now we are tasked with filling the holes on the walls.  A part of me is sad though…  We all liked ‘Foxy’ so much, and I didn’t even get to say good bye!  🙂  But it is a good thing too!  Because it makes room for more wonderful art!  

(Fairbanks Artists are you out there???  We need your art!  Things are selling, and we need to fill up the walls.)

So what will be next?  Something large?  Color?  Black and White?  3 dimensional?  Options are endless in art.

Lastly we have our very first class at The Stash booked on Friday…  Jen Otey will be teaching a Touch Drawing class on August 16th!  So if you are interested in this please come and sign up, spots will be going fast and there is only room for 10!

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