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Over the weekend, I made the rounds of the Tennessee Craft fair in Nashville, Tennessee. There were a LOT of clay artist & potters exhibiting there and all-in-all the quality is up from some less-than-stellar previous years. I did get at chance to chat with Helene Fielder at her booth. I watched her on Facebook as she tackled a Summer of 50 Teapots project. At the fair, several of those amazing teapots were featured (and for sale). What shocked me, however, was the scale of these creations. Take a look at this image, and guess how tall this piece is? Here is my question: What are best practices to give buyers a sense of size (scale) of work displayed in pictures...(not just in the description)? OK (spoiler alert). The piece displayed in the picture (above) is approximately 20" tall. Are there clues in the image that would help a shopper understand that? Paul:)
This is a sculptural teapot by Helene Fielder. I had the pleasure of meeting her at the Tennessee Craft fair in Nashville over the weekend. This is NOT my work but is part of a community discussion forum. To see more of Helene's amazing work, go here: http://potterybyhelene.com/
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