Etsy: the perpetual solo art exhibit

Someone in California bought an 8"x10" print of my altered book from my Etsy shop!
"Please, Sir" is one of the prints I'm exhibiting in my (resurrected) Etsy shop. Just getting started, so for now my shop lists prints, as well as the originals currently on display at my solo art exhibit.
I knew this would take some effort, and reading Liz Crain's article (via Alyson Stanfield) about online art marketplaces confirmed that. What I wasn't expecting was the disorientation. You're writing each listing as a maker and as a potential buyer, simultaneously.
But it's fun to think of listing items as hanging a kind of perpetual, ever-changing solo exhibit. Speaking of the exhibit, I gave everyone who came to the reception in Mountlake Terrace a thank-you gift: a 5"x7" print from my personal tarot card deck.
Would you like one? (Would make a nice Father's Day gift...) Let's do a drawing for a freebie!
  • Leave a comment here at the blog by June 4th at 5pm (Pacific Time)
  • Include the link to your Etsy shop, if you have one, so I can follow you.
  • Check back here on June 5th see if you won!
I'll post the randomly-drawn winner here on the blog the day after the drawing, so get to commenting!