Waterlines: Hanging the Show
My upcoming show, Waterlines, opens on Thursday, April 27th, with a reception from 6-9 pm. Yesterday was hanging day and it all went very smoothly thanks to Donna Guardino’s savvy eye and her assistant Gail’s infectious energy. My husband helped wherever needed, while I sort of stood around and watched everyone work. It’s exciting to watch a show come together after months of painting in solitude. From a blank gallery space . . .
. . . to watching Donna triage my art . . . .
. . . to auditioning different possibilities.
In no time at all, the hanging frenzy began.
Meanwhile, I schlepped painted driftwood from the car to the gallery for use in the front display window.
And within the span of two hours, the show was hung and the pieces numbered and ready for title cards to be hung. In the end, the show features 39 pieces of art, from 5×5 inches to 36×48 inches.
Here’s all the info on the show. Hope to see you tomorrow night.