Let It Rain Gallery opening is going to open on Saturday 21 January – not this Saturday as originally planned. Please watch this space for developments!
The address is 7322 N. Leavitt Ave., in the St Johns neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. It is right next to a delightful place called Girasole Wood Fired Restaurant. We ate there last week; had the lasagna. Lovely!
You can still buy John’s cards at Broadway Books in Portland, Atomic Boys in West Seattle. You can buy the Eagle Tees and other items online at http://walchartgroup.bigcartel.com/
Or you can buy the T-shirts directly from us if you are in the Portland area.
Creative Swag available on BigCartel.com and soon at Let It Rain Gallery in St. Johns, Portland, Oregon
Here are a couple places you can buy WAG Creative Swag:
When shopping at Big Cartel, look under the heading Creative Swag, as that is our product line name. The Eagle T-shirts, cards, and ear clips are for sale here. If you live in the Portland, Oregon area, you can contact us directly to buy. Email email@example.com
Let It Rain Gallery is opening in St. Johns, in North Portland, January 7th! The owner will be selling 50 of John’s Oregon themed cards. We are planning to be there on opening night. Address, and event time forthcoming.
We will have a booth in the at NE 41st & Fremont in front of Foot Traffic at the Beaumont Festival of Lights from 5 – 9 Friday 9 December! Plenty of booths of all kinds. This is our first year doing this. It is a lovely area, so if you are in Portland, Oregon at this time, we hope you will come check it out.
John Maddin will be selling his eagle T-shirts, cards, prints, and jewelery. Amy Sacks will be selling her art cards. Leslie Brannan may join us to talk with you about her logo-wielding ability. Join us won’t you? http://beaumontbba.com/in-the-news/fremont-festival-of-lights
September 29, 2011 we were at NE 25th & Alberta – I scored a good location around noon and set up our table. Amy Sacks displayed her collage cards and sold 1!! Yay!!
John sold 3 cards, all of which are on the Kickstarter campaign to be put on to T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts. Many people stopped by and studied the cards – Amy’s and John’s – for a long time. We passed out many business cards. People loved the biz cards! Scott and I spent an afternoon painting swatches with stencils and fabric paint WAG onto them (based on a suggestion from my PCC Small Biz adviser) and stapled them to existing biz cards. Makes them memorable.
As for Kickstarter, so far, our funding is at 6% and 18 days to go, which… surprises me. Everyone who sees John’s artwork look at it for a long time and want it in some form or other. His Oregon picture series is so iconic, I thought for sure people would be lining up. I think our backer awards are substantial and fairly priced.. but I’m interested in hearing what people want to see from us and what products they would buy. The collection on Kickstarter is perfect for the holidays. Let’s hear from you! An easy way to find John’s project: go to Kickstarter.com and search for Wear My Art and click on the eagle.