So, obviously I kinda took a bit of a break after the show went up. It’s funny how excited I can get about a show, and then how much I want to swear and curse the whole thing about 24 hours before it happens. My husband says I thrive on the stress (I totally deny it), but on the inside, I am starting to wonder if he is right. There is something about the deadline of time and creativity that makes you really, really productive. Anyway, things came together really well, and by the time time opening started, the show was up, title cards were in place, and my giant vinyl sign was hanging in the breeze outside. The outcome? A great opening for a terrific show!! I’ve included a few pictures for your viewing pleasure. My pieces are the cairns/stacking rocks on the shelf, and the large hanging ‘birth quilt’ of 10 cm circles sewn together. You can also admire the work of Aundrea Frahm (painter), Dorothy Wasserman (b&w photo collage), Laura Reynolds (mixed media collage), and Elizabeth Allen (ceramics…the egg like wall pieces). If I can ever figure out how to put captions onto the photos, I’ll do it. I’m still figuring out wordpress. Oh, and just for the record, I hung a lot of this show with my baby strapped onto my back. I think I should become an official Beco baby carrier spokesperson.
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