New art Thursday…on a Friday!

Thank you for coming to see us and support local art at Phoenix Fan Fest this past weekend! We had a gas! We met so many cool folks! I swear, it seems that every time we do an event, we meet the some of the best people. We really love talking about art and what makes people interested in what we do. If you signed up for our mailing list, either online, or at the event don’t forget to use your coupon code here! We’re in the process of setting up a youtube channel. We’ll be posting videos of works

“The Wastelands” with Tiffany

Want to see my new Photo Experiment at the SASCO Mine?

Would you like to see us? Check out upcoming events.

It’s been a busy summer for us and it’s shaping up for a really busy fall! I realize that it’s already fall in other areas of the country, but here in the desert, it still feels like summer! Our next event is the Thieves’ Market in Tempe! Saturday November 4th 1500 N. McClintock (Big Surf Waterpark) Early bird open at 8am ($6), general, opens at 9am ($3) Come by and find beautiful and unique gifts all the folks on your list!   FacebookTwitterGoogle+BufferPin ItEmail

Announcing The WeeGee Board Gift Boxes

30 Jun No Comments WGadmin Conventions, Crafts, General, Jewelry

For immediate release: Announcing The WeeGee Board™ Gift Boxes by WeeGonza Bazaar™ Limited Number of Signed, Handmade, Sealed, Individually Curated Gift Boxes WeeGonza Bazaar is proud to announce our new WeeGee Board Gift Boxes. There are a limited number of 10 (TEN) boxes. Each gift box has been crafted to take advantage of the unique color and style to maximize the overall effect of each gift box and offer a unique experience to each person. In the tradition of the classic “Ouija Board,” our WeeGee Boards are all custom made to exacting specifications. Of course, you will need a planchet to

Are you bothered?

When one works for themselves, you look to those who came before you. There are lots of artists that offer us inspiration. The ones who succeed, we take what they have learned and try to apply those lessons to what we are doing. The ones who aren’t, well, we take that experience and tuck it away to remember and also remember a good idea, poorly done, is just as bad. There is so much to juggle. Not only making the art you want to sell, but also the booking of shows, the advertising, marketing, promotions, blogging, emails, etc. We’ve been doing this full time for