Well, this has been a busy week and it's only Tuesday.
On Sunday I managed to do a quick install of some originals & prints at the Deborah Rawson Library, but lo, the shelving brackets confounded me in my pursuit of a well-balanced display. Of course I managed to be attempting this when Pete & Karen Sutherland (arguably the most well-known folk musicians in VT) were trying to set up in the same room. Yikes! Hopefully I'll have a chance to get back and adjust the shelf this week.
Yesterday saw the shipping off of "Buzzy Will Guide You" to a friend I've known since at least the first grade, who now resides on the other side of the country.
And this evening, I hand-delivered "Mode de Monstre" (the original 6 paintings in the series) and "City Wear" (also from the M. d. M. series) to a dear friend who is also an artist.
Sadly, there are only so many hours to each day. The advent calendar project has gotten side-lined again, but there may be hope. And preparations are still underway for this weekend's:
(arts district) HOLIDAY OPEN STUDIO & SALE!
(it's hilarious, I think more words are added to the title of this event every time I hear about it from someone!)
Well, you'll see me there at #4 Howard Street at Studio D-3, once again a guest of Marie Davis & Carol Norton, hurrah! Fellow Underhiller Anne Linde will also be there with her cards & small sculptures.
The show will run:
Friday December 11th 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday December 12th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There are some really fine & amazing artists & craftspeople in this district, it's an honor to be invited once again. Hope to see you there!
(And don't forget to stop into S.P.A.C.E. to see the Small Works show.)