where did the sun go?

March 15, 2009

This is south Georgia?  We spent yesterday freezing at the Savannah Market Bazaar. Not the best turn out for the event, but it’s always great to mingle with other artists, and see old friends.  I sold my very last Fresh Carrot yesterday to a lovely couple, and Cherry Babies, the only one ever printed in the Rockstar Red series, went home with a young girl about the age of 10.  She pondered over the purchase, and I’m sure spent some time negotiating with her mom over just why she needed a Foodie Print…but it’s so inspiring to see a youth interested  in art, and not some video game…the highlight of my day, no doubt!  In general, the Foodie Prints have been feeling the love as of late…if you’d like to get your hands on one, you better click-click-buy!  There’s only 3 Rockstar Reds left!

Returned home to find my little Sublime featured in this lovely treasury…now I’m really longing for a sunny beach, 83 degrees, and a margarita..

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Find out more about the items featured above…CLICK!

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Sadly, I won’t be selling my wares at today’s market…but there are plenty of other stellar artists that will be…including verijeri,  and Robin Lynne, and many many more!  Be sure to step out and support your local artists!

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9 a.m. – 2p.m.

Top floor of the Robinson Parking Garage
(133 Montgomery Street @ York/ across from the Courthouse)

Bazaar recap…

November 9, 2008

The Market Bazaar was great fun.  Thanks to all of you who stopped by my tent,  picked up cards, bought a print or two, or just made conversation.   I had the opportunity to meet some super-fabulous artists, and it was especially great to finally meet Sarah and Kelly in person.  Special thanks to Nick for helping me all day…I could not have done it without you!  Thanks Marvin for letting me sit in the drivers seat of the fire truck…so cool!  Oh yeah, and thanks to Miriam and Jake for hosting an awesome event.  I think what you are doing for the community is really fantastic!  I must say though, that the real icing on the cake for me was selling Granny J’s Jello.  It happens to be one of my favorite prints, and I think it found the perfect home!  So in the spirit of Jello and all things fun.  Here’s your first peek at a complete Red Thing…

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Red Jello Mold or Jello for Joy ©2008 Heather L. Young

P.S. Red Things, a whole lot of them, are on their way!  So save a little bit of that Holiday shopping money for some Fresh Produce!

Lookin’ Like Sunshine!

November 8, 2008

For the SMB! (see here)  Oh and this blog has been devoid of any lists for sometime now…so here’s a short compilation of tomorrow’s finds:

holiday gifts – clothing from the SCAD designers – handmade soaps – fish art from tybee – hand painted envelopes – mid-century furniture – super duper discounted faucets – sinks and bath kits – glassware – t-shirts – paintings – pottery – toys – photographyjewels & more jewels – and then some.

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Looking to get outside and enjoy some fall weather?  Well,  come on down to the Savannah Market Bazaar!

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At least four artists from the Savannah Etsy Street Team will be there including:

Photographer and Soap Makin’ Machine Robin Lynne

Sarah of The Beaded Lily

Kelly of Inspired Elements

and of course, yours truly!

We hope to see you all there!

CANCELED

October 11, 2008

***UPDATE***  I’m sad to report, the Bazaar has been canceled due to poor weather 😦  I’ll be seeing you at the next bazaar in November…oh and that Sale…well, I’ve got a few ideas there…so be sure to revisit this blog soon…

Hope to see you all at the Savannah Market Bazaar! Oh and to get you all in the mood for some early Holiday Shopping, I’ll be having my first ever SALE! The original Foodie Prints will be marked down to $40…(usually $55) and the new Eat Your Greens Series will be marked down from $22 to $15 per!  Of course I’ll have a few other goodies in store for those of you who stop by…so what are you waiting for?!?!?!  Come see us from 9am to 2pm in the old Sears parking lot @ Bull and Henry Streets.

SuperSkirt that is!  When I picked up the Savannah edition of Skirt Mag, only these two had made the issue.  Which left me a little sad, as I’d never completed an illustration that didn’t “make the cut” so to speak.  And then I received the Charleston edition of Skirt in the mail yesterday…all three illos included!

Hope you all have a lovely Wednesday…and don’t forget to pick up the latest issue of Skirt! Mag….(it’s free AND in 22 cities) and if you’re local, be sure to check out this weekend’s Market Bazaar!!!!!!