Having a really good week in the studio finished another caryatid – and she is ready for the fire.
I must admit I had been feeling a little raw and exposed – out on a limb – but fantastic news this afternoon I have sold a substantial number of works from my show – sheer bliss – the feeling is fantastic. I had purchased a swag of new paper on thursday and had been thinking maybe I was being a bit extravagant but all good now. Here is another drawing from life drawing on thursday that I have coloured up a bit with watercolour pencils. A4 strathmore with biro and watercolour pencils.
Another trip to Noosa Gallery today to meet the press – a television programme called ‘the great south-east’ was doing an article on the gallery and they were kind enough to invite me along – as my work is currently in the gallery – programme airs in June. Maybe my stars are beginning to line up 🙂
mobile version installation Noosa Regional Gallery
We are all done and dusted – monday morning saw us delivering the work to Noosa Regional Gallery. If I thought my task of getting everything there safely was an ordeal – the gallery staff were exhibiting a well oiled machine. In two days they de-installed two huge exhibitions and installed four new shows. A huge thank-you to their professionalism and capability and curatorial prowess in making my small contribution a pleasure to view.
I am attempting to upload a video of the installation via vimeo – the link below is to a vimeo file
Opening night and artist talk have all gone off without a hitch – now I clean the house!!!
I have waxed and polished the drawers and glued the girls in place (I envisage at night they poke their heads out and have a chin wag) now all I have to do is pack the whole lot up for delivery monday. Here are some pics of the final two.
The above caryatid is suspended inside the drawer. Part of her head and body is covered in scrim and then waxed.
Yesterday I was lucky enough to sit uninterrupted for a couple of hours waiting for David who was having a MRI (nothing life threatening – I hope). I started reading then pulled out my sketchbook. These could be some new caryatids developing – I need to get some new sculptures finished in the next few weeks for another adventure – hopefully I will have more to report on this front in the coming months. biro in A5 sketchbook