When I set up my new space at Hidden Treasures, I asked the manager Junior if it would be OK to contribute a large zen garden to be strategically placed near the entrance where people could “feel free to play in the sand!” Of course it would be a great way to steer interested people to my display down the aisle.
Apparently, as soon as it was up, the child of one of the vendors began to pick up the rake to play. Once again, I realized that the children always seem to know what to do with the little gardens. Unlike some adults who walk away from my display, scratching their heads saying “what the heck were those things!”
Below, this young gal is having fun, playing in the sand.
Happy to report that Sandscaper is now set up at Hidden Treasures in the heart of the city of Lancaster PA. Thank you to Junior, the Manager, for creating an interesting display area out of scrap wood, and blending in with the rustic look of this old converted warehouse space.
Beginning Nov 1 2015, I am pleased to announce that Sandscaper will be selling the zen gardens and other Sandscape related handcrafted items and vintage and collectible finds, at the Hidden Treasures Antique and Collectible Shop. Located in an old converted factory in the heart of the City of Lancaster, PA, Sandscaper will be a part of this cooperative venue of about 40 vendors. The address is 227 North Prince Street, across the street from the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. Stop by if you are in town.