Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Mission Accomplished

You can see the challenges I faced when hanging the show - the long gallery wall has windows dividing up the hanging space and the opposite wall has two oversized windows facing the street with a very narrow hanging column between them. I added my easels in order to include the Autumn pond paintings in the show and I also think it creates a more interesting space.

Small encaustic works followed by Summer Pathways

Autumn and Winter hang together on the far end wall

Summer hangs on a side wall opposite the big windows

Spring hangs on the shorter entrance end wall (after the doorway)

The gallery director will be typing up and labeling each piece for me, along with putting together a book including my artist statement, resume, bio, and price list. All that's left for me to do is prepare for the demo I am doing at the opening reception on December 3, and hopefully the show will be well attended. Maybe I will see you there!


  1. Congratulations, and best wishes on your exhibit!

  2. Looks great! Good luck with your show!

  3. Great use of such a challenging space. I wish I could be there. Good luck with the show!


  4. Pat yourself on the back; the exhibit looks great.

  5. Absolutely gorgeous venue! The lightness and airiness so highlight your beautiful work, Robin!

  6. Thanks Don, Hallie, and Sherry. Here's hoping to a well attended reception! Your comments and support are always appreciated.