Fall/Winter Dead Things On Tour!

It was a busy, busy, busy summer. Hardly a weekend went by without my packing everything up and heading out to an art fair somewhere in the US. I drove my van out to Portland, Seattle, and Minneapolis over three weeks at the end of July-beginning of August, had two days home in Louisville, and was back out on the road to Cincinnati. I had a couple of weeks home and was back on the road to New Orleans. All the while sleeping in my van along the way, at truck stops, wayside rests, and on quiet residential streets. I like this life; it suits me. I would get into a routine of being asleep about two hours after the sun went down, and up with the sun, before it got too hot in the van. I'd get changed, pour a bowl of cereal and mix up an iced coffee from my cooler, then find the nearest place to brush my teeth. Sure, showers were few and far between, but that honestly doesn't bother me much. Being on the road gives me a joy in my soul unlike any other thing. And the gorgeousness of this country is vast and weird and wonderful. I really hope to get out East this coming year for a similar tour.

Upcoming Dates:

Louisville, KY: 10/24, Highland Flea, Highland Community Campus
New Orleans, LA: 11/20 & 11/23, Frenchmen Art Market
New Orleans, LA: 11/22, Magazine Street Art Market
Minneapolis, MN: 11/28, Small Business Saturday at Fair State Brewing
Cincinnati, OH: 12/12, City Flea Holiday Show, Washington Park
Louisville, KY: 12/19, A Very Portland Christmas, Nelligan Hall