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Steve Cebula

Medium: 2D mixed media
Year you most recently exhibited at this Show: 2016
Your Estimated Sales at this Show: $501-$2000
Price Range of your Work: $80 to $2400
Number of Years You have Exhibited in this Show:
2-3 times
Number of Years You have been doing Art Fairs overall: Forever...
Attendance: (1 is poor, 5 is great) 3
Location: 4
Facilities: 4
Ease of Participating: 5
Sales: 3
Overall: 3
Booth Fee vs. Your Sales Ratio: Okay
Estimated Attendance: 501-10,000 people

Good Things about this Art Fair:
Very easy load in/out. Parking is close and free. Show staff are easy to work with. Quality of work is good. Show location is attractive with nice pavers and landscaping.

Bad Things about this Art Fair:
Attendance is somewhat weak possibly due to visibility of show from main road and small signage.

Advice to Other Artists Considering this Show:
It is a good early season show if you are in Florida already, it can be paired with other events for consecutive weekends.

The URL of your profile on ArtFairInsiders.com. http://www.twisteddimensionsart.com

Richard Auger

Show Name: Winter Springs Festival of the Arts
City and State: Winter Springs, FL
Your Medium: Photography
Year you most recently exhibited at this Show: 2012
Your Estimated Sales at this Show: $2001-$5000
Number of Years You have Exhibited in this Show: 2-3 times
Attendance: (1 is poor, 5 is great) 5 (great)
Location: 5 (great)
Facilities: 4
Ease of Participating: 5 (great)
Sales: 5 (great)
Overall: 5 (great)
Booth Fee vs. Your Sales Ratio: Great
Estimated Attendance: 10,001-50,000 people

Good Things about this Art Fair: Nice local community show, run by artists who live in the north Orlando area. The director was really nice and allowed me to move to another space.

The layout is nice and easy to walk, and patrons will walk through both sides of the show. The area is nicely groomed with flowers and golf grass. Many spots are well shaded by trees.

Lots of big awards. Low show fee.

Advertising was way up from last year, and my sales were great. I sold two large pieces.

This was my third year here, and I started to get people buying from me the third time.

Great parking and vehicle access.

Bad Things about this Art Fair: Orlando economy is weak right now, you'll have to have some good value on your work.

Snow bird shoppers aren't down in their winter homes until January.

Advice to Other Artists Considering this Show: This newer Orlando area show has really gone up in quality for 2012, with increased advertising and larger crowd. The show is run by an artist, and some big gun artists come here every year to compete for the awards.

Last year, they weren't able to put up there big highway sign, and sales lagged. This year, I noticed more advertising, and the crowd was better again, and sales were back up.

If you live in Florida, this is a good show during fall. Out of state people can do well, as long as you know you work appeals to Floridians.

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