My Spring art exhibition is drawing closer. <<< Heh, see what I did there?
Just the final things are left to organise, now that paintings and prints are finished and in the capable hands of my wonderful framer, Nick Heysen (for those of you playing at home).
Last week saw time-consuming wrangling with the computer mail merge. Maybe it ended up wrangling me? Either way, in the end, the addresses were on the sticky labels! Hoorah! When you receive yours it will be in an Alexandrina Council envelope. Keep an eye on your letterbox if I have your mailing address!
I’m also making final plans with Leah and volunteers at Alexandrina Council (Just Add Water Arts) and our sparkling launch speaker Rene Strohmeyer who invented the wonderful Sunshine Van.
While organising this I’ve had a few nice little walks around Goolwa. Here are a few of my favourite phone photos – including plenty of feet/shoe pics in the spirit of the Happy to Be Here Project! Which I’ll be finalising this next week, too.
Check out this lovely pelican mosaic by Michael Tye I ‘found’ while out walking in Goolwa near the exhibition venue!
Love these graphic ripples at the local wharf, on an otherwise almost glassily calm day.
And these textures.
I think of green water as grimy, but isn’t this gradation pretty?
Here we were laying out the pictures to see how many would fit and where, at the Old Police Station gallery. The lovely old floor boards would have many a story embedded within them!
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Have a great week!
Love Meg x o