Friday, December 5, 2008

The dust settles

My show comes down today, which makes me a bit sad, but I'm also relieved that the intense work is over. At the same time I'm also a bit nervous, I'm not used to operating without a goal or deadline. After the holidays I'm going to have to figure out the next step, but until then I'll coast.

As far as I know, I'll be taking back all the paintings to the studio, and then I will face the problem of storing them. I haven't really been back in the studio since I finished, so it still looks like it was vandalized. But soon I'll sweep it out and set it straight, that will probably put me in the mood to start something entirely new.

I've very grateful for all those who stopped in the gallery to see my show, both at the openings and during the week, and for all the very interesting comments on my work. I should get the final proof of the exhibition catalog early next week, and then I'll put it in the online bookstore and post the link.

1 comment:

  1. storing the work is a huge problem for me, especially as i work bigger and bigger. I'm going to start putting the pieces up for sale on ebay just to make room i think

    always sad when a show comes down, i hear you


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