Friday, January 22, 2016
Red Prairie Press is officially on leave until May. But unofficially, we're sneaking in one last craft fair before calling it quits for a while!
Join us in Washington, DC Saturday, February 6 for Crafty Bastards: Cabin Fever! A new winter version of our favorite fall craft fair! We'll have sale stuff, along with dresses, longsleeves, tees, tanks and more, all slightly discounted!
I look forward to sharing some of the paintings I make while on leave, and to coming back to the business in the spring with more energy and enthusiasm!
See you soon!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 1:37 PM
Monday, December 14, 2015
We hope to see you THIS WEDNESDAY for a festive Holiday Open Studio (and big 30% off sale) at Red Prairie Press!
Come visit the shop before we close down for the Holidays, and enjoy complimentary refreshments, help clear out remaining inventory, and take a dive into the $10 discount bins!
3500 Parkdale Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21211
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 11:04 AM
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Handmade Arcade craft fair at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center! Hope to see our Pittsburgh friends & fans out in force, shopping handmade, snacking on tasty snacks, and trying out some of the DIY crafting areas at the show. Always love a trip to Pittsburgh, and can't wait to stay with our good buds Strawberry Luna - who will also be selling their beautiful posters at the show! 11-7pm Saturday, December 5!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 1:11 PM
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
November 28, 10am-5pm FREE
800 Key Highway
Baltimore, MD 21230
(preview night 11/27, 5:30-8pm, $20/$10 members)
November 28, 9am-3pm FREE
400 Block of E. 32nd St.
(32nd St. and Barclay St.)
Baltimore, MD 21218
Need to take your family for a nice walk or trip out of the house in which you've been continuously feasting for days? We have a solution for you!!
Two Craft fairs for Red Prairie Press this weekend in Baltimore. We'll be splitting forces and conquering both Waverly AND Federal Hill on Saturday! Bazaart Craft Fair takes place at the American Visionary Art Museum, featuring 40 artists, light refreshments, and a cozy atmosphere. The Holiday Pop-Up Market at Waverly Farmer's Market will feature 25 artists, and we will have a $10 Sale Bin of misprints, discontinued items, etc. and is an outdoor show, so dress accordingly!
Don't like the crowds, but want the clothes? Check out Double Dutch Boutique in Hampden for our full line, including infinity scarves, headbands, dresses, and tees.
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 1:56 PM
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Products from Holiday Delights Pop-Up Shop Nov. 20- Dec. 23
Thrilled to be part of the next Pop-Up shop of Baltimore-made goods, just in time for the holidays!
The Holiday Delights Pop-Up Shop at The Women's Exchange on Charles St. Opens tomorrow (Friday) night 5-7pm with an opening party.
Love these little houses for sale from Rachel Beckman, among many many other cool products made here in our fine city.
More info, and to help spread the word: https://www.facebook.com/events/1530619170563029/
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 11:49 AM
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Saturday November 7, 6-10pm
School 33 Art Center
1427 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
One of the most important things to me about getting to work for myself, is making sure that I do more good than harm. Part of that mission is to be able to give back to my community, but since I am still a one-gal operation, and Red Prairie Press doesn't make enormous profits (shocking, I know!), I try to find opportunities to donate paintings & products to worthwhile causes instead. For example,
every year, I like to try and donate artwork to some of the awesome non-profit galleries around our city. This year, I am giving a larger piece "The Participants" to School 33 Art Center for their Lotta Art benefit auction, which features a lottery-style drawing where patrons are guaranteed to leave with an original artwork valued at or above the cost of their ticket. Proceeds support an institution that has championed the arts for more than 30 years through arts education, exhibitions and a Studio Artist Program, which I love visiting. Tickets to the event are partially tax deductable, and if you're on a budget, or simply want to enjoy a great party, guest tickets are available to those who do not want to participate in the Art Lottery.
I'll be there partying my socks off, and you can try your luck at getting this painting at a good price!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 3:56 PM