In short: it was a spectacular opening night. A larger crowd than I’ve seen in years. That’s the good news. The bad news is that we were so busy talking, explaining, and mostly reconnecting with old friends and clients that I didn’t get a chance to get out of the booth once.
But, at the end of it all, what everyone always wants to know is “What sold?” It’s the ultimate scorecard for so many. OK OK. So here’s where we are after Day one.
Placed with a good home in southern California, the small Moje that has traveled across Australia and to museum exhibitions on both US coasts finally finds a family.
Also sold, another graduate of the Moje touring exhibition.
Catharine Newell’s “Grand Central 3″ was the perfect reflection of an evening buzzing with activity and caught the eye of a pair of long-time collectors who will be living with its sunny presence in sunny Florida soon.
In addition to the sales, we’ve got a few works on hold and a lot of irons in the design fires and three more days to show off our dogs and ponies.
Klaus and Jamie perhaps considering that FREE DELIVERY might be a good sales incentive?
Go for it, kids!