The final show day was pretty laid back but filled with sparks of excitement. The first spark was due to Julia selling her second work during the exhibit. She was so surprised and honored! Congratulations Julia!!!! I really liked this piece.
Our space felt more open, clean and ready for tear down at 5pm.
I spent a little time clearing my sculpture from the seedpods. Ahh, the look I’ve been waiting for!
Actually nice to see the lights in action.
Below is a close ups of a leaf and seed.
I’m kind of wishing I had saved and hung more sheets of paper. They certainly make interesting forms.
Now on to Elaine’s blind contour drawings. She managed to work her way around the main gallery and into the front shop space. I felt compelled to include the next two images due to two Arts Center employees who were included: Suzanne & Hester!
The second spark of excitement was due to some special people who came to visit: my big brother (not pictured), my nephew Zac & his mom Kathy. It has been a year since I last saw Zac and 8 years since I’ve seen his mom. I was so happy to see them all and look forward to catching up with Zac & Tom at the coast or mountains this month. This was the best way to close the show in my mind.