This was a very good experience for me as I learned a lot. Art fairs are a ton of work. First you have to enter and in some cases pay an entrance fee. Then if you are accepted, get going! Make art so you have enough to fill your booth--you do have a booth, right? That is something else you'll need to come up with, along with lighting, flooring, walls and some sort of support to display your work on. Then there is the booth and storage fee. I also chose to rent the curtains, carpeting, table and bar stools. I bought bags, tissue, bubble wrap, and business cards. I have great admiration for the artists who make their livings doing art fairs, it's a ton of work for an unpredictable outcome. If you want to give it a go be sure to Google "art fair advice" so you can learn as much as possible. Had I known what I know now, I wouldn't have done it, but then I'd have always wondered what it would've been like.