by Janet Glatz
No artist wants to hear the words "possibly thunderstorms" in the weather forecast for her weekend show. Realistically, if the reliable weather stations predict soaking rain for two days, I don't go. Damage to paintings and equipment and zero traffic make it much smarter to stay home.
For my show in Bar Harbor, it looks pretty good so far. Could be a day of occasional showers, but I look at it this way-everybody watches the weather; they'll be out on the best day, just like you.
And, sometimes a little rain works to your advantage, in that beaches are out, and shopping is in!
How to prepare for possible rain at an art show? Check off the following: