busier than normal and then I had to decompress after all the business.
Most of October I did one of 3 things: Worked at Pablo's coffee where I always work on the weekends, worked weekdays at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver where I do install on contract a few times a year, and worked on a large cross-stitch. I also spent a few days with my amazing, artful friends, Nina and Craig who visited from Wisconsin and I also did the work of GroundSwell Gallery because we had another opening (as we do every month). Here are a few notable pictures from that time:
|MCA's Postcript show up through Feb. 3, I helped hang the many grid layouts|
|Lindsay St. Antoine opened at GroundSwell Gallery Nov. 10, I bought this painting.|
|field trip to Clyfford Still Museum with Christian, Nina and Craig.|
|Pablo's Coffee... mmm, latte. I can sling a lot of lattes in 5 - 7 hours|
|This is the project that it's been all about for the last 8 months. Showing one more week at Redline Gallery for the Art by Craft exhibit. (click image to see full size)|
Also installed at this exhibition, the Tinnient Campana installation (previously installed at Forest Room 5 in September).
|Tinnient Campana also on view at Redine through Nov. 29 (click image for full size)|
This installation is difficult to photograph because it is about 25 ft. long in total. Eventually, my website will be updated to include best images.
Last note: Because I needed to get back to it, a thank you to Mark Bystrom for noting that my blog has been ignored since early September.