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Last weekend was wonderful! I had my opening at The Hive, my aunt came to town, two pieces sold in pre-sale, and many people that I just adore came down to say hi and show support. Really, it’s a bit of a blur. I remember saying hello to people, hugging them, then saying good bye to them and that I wish I’d had more time to chat. I spent a lot of time watching people interact with my work, which just slays me. People walk up look, double take, giggle, call their friends over, giggle.. it gives me great joy.
Here’s a few photos:
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Yesterday’s installation went well. It was a whole new experience for me, and a bit overwhelming to begin, but by the time I left the gallery I felt pretty good. I got all the work hung, and half of my sign made. Couldn’t believe it, but I noticed a piece of lint under the glass, inside the frame of one of the pieces. How annoying! But I’m so glad I saw it yesterday rather than on Saturday night! Had it fixed on the way home yesterday.
And away we go…
I can’t believe it’s really here – how the hell did it get to be May? – but it is. At long last I am so very excited, proud, and happy to invite you all to the opening of my first featured art show! I have a whole wall to myself down at The Hive Gallery, starting this Saturday eve, May 5th. The Hive is big and very fun, with half a dozen shows up each month, giving different artists individual walls to fill. There is usually a group show in the center of the space and the night of the opening they have bands, performers, booze… all the right ingredients for a great time!