Camas Installation: day one

camas cargo

Today was the easiest part of the install, delivering the camas. I gently placed them in the car, removed all the honey bees wishing to tag along (always an issue with bees wax) and off I went.

Ramp time-install day 1

 

It is a breezy afternoon and I almost had a camas incident when they were all leaning against the wall. Fortunately, I happened to be there, captured the ones attempting to escape and lean them all against the railing. Whew!

inside-install day1 building

 

They are all in the building and waiting for final placement once the backdrop is delivered. I took along a measuring tape to make sure the wall of hills would fit. We have 1.5+ feet to spare!

Off to finish the mural!

 

Published by paperstew

I'm an artist in Albany Oregon focusing on paper and natural objects for inspiration.

5 thoughts on “Camas Installation: day one

    1. Thanks Anna! It was a tad challenging to stack so they wouldn’t damage each other. I waxed them for a reason- to provide extra structural support! They needed it for the trip.
      Spending Wednesday working on the backdrop and figuring out lighting. Not my favorite things!
      ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thank you! I hope you’re doing alright. It’s been forever since your last blogging. Or am I just missing your posts? ๐Ÿ˜€

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