Tuesday, 6 December 2011
Selling a Print - Three Years Later
The other day I gets a phone call from a woman who bought one of my first series of lino-cuts. That was at an Open Studio three years ago.
She'd still got my card. Could she buy another one in the series?
Of course, say I.
I then panic and try to sort them all out in their nice little black boxes with tissue paper between the layers... and the mounts... and the frames.
A few days later she do come along to pick what she wants. It's a very nice meeting and chat. Though more of a case of a listen on her part. I'd remembered her well because the sale had meant a lot to me... being practically the first, like. And the print series was about childhood. And she had bought it for her boy. And now she wanted another, three years later, also for her boy. In the end she took two more.
And I be well-chuffed. For me it be about communicating something. And I can't tell you how pleased I be that this print meant stuff for both mother and her boy.
Evie Greydollsdottir will be proud of me.