variety of subjects for fine art fair-
I am sharing a booth(with 2 other arists) at a higher end art fair, meaning -the tickets to attend include great food from area restaurants, wine and beer, and also a jazz ensamble.
Just one evening for 4 hours.
Anyway, I will have 1/3 of the 10' area of grid walls.
I paint a variety of subjects. Should I put samples of each subject in my area? Seeing my space is limited, I thought at least one or two from each subject may be a good idea.
I did paint a few small canvases with still life,(so I can offer less expensive paintings) but I also paint sunsets, beaches, wildlife, and do pet portraits. But I also sell larger works that are framed.
I do have business cards with my website url on them, so people can view my body of work, and the different types of paintings that I create.
I am not accepting credit cards, this is the only fair I will be in this year. So that may effect if I sell any of my larger paintings.
But, if anyone is interested in one of my larger paintings, they can contact or email me from my website also.
Another question, how would you put a price, size, medium tag on paintings that are gallery wrap canvases? I wouldn't want to put a sticker on the canvas area.
Thanks for answers.