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16. To give an interesting shopping experience


I printed texts that explain my sculptures and placed them next to the corresponding work. I am introvert. By the second day of the show I was utterly exhausted from talking to people, and let the texts do my job. I was amazed that a number of passersby did take time to read them. An old lady even photographed a text.


I printed "thank you" in different languages and placed the cards in my business card holders. Jewish sisters loved to see Hebrew words among them.


In the photo you see handmade necklaces, bracelets, and rings on my jewelry holders. The Jewelries were just for display, but people loved them.


In my spare time, I made origami bags out of newspaper. Functional ware was placed in the bag when purchased. This environmentally-conscious wrapping method was well received by Coloradans.


Please feel free to comment on any topic in this album. I apologize for my poor English.

p.s. I will end this album with my sincere appreciation to isculpt for her generous assistance. Without her I could not have pulled through the first show this well.

From the album:

Preparation for Sculpture Show

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