All Done

I can’t believe the exhibition has been and gone already. What a whirlwind! The three days have now turned into one big blur but I learned quite a lot from the experience. One lesson I learned was early on the first day. Lots of people asked if my images were paintings and they all seemed … Read more…

Day 1

Just like that, day one of the exhibition is over. It has been an interesting experience, so far. I’ve most enjoyed talking with people about my art and what they see in it and hearing which one is their favourite. Another favourite part was selling a piece. It was an amazing and a slightly surreal … Read more…

The Night Before

Panic stations! This is not a drill! I repeat, this is not a drill, the exhibition starts tomorrow morning! Where did the calm of yesterday go? Have I organised everything properly? Do I have everything I need? Do I even have the date right? So many questions and things to check! How did you all … Read more…

Naming the Images

How do you name an image that isn’t really of anything? If there is no subject matter, just light, colour and random shapes? With difficulty is the answer. End of blog… ok, ok, I will write some more! With the above problems being quite clear to me, I realised that I needed to just name … Read more…

The Hall

On the 26th and up until the 26th of October I will be exhibiting some of my work as part of the Arts in the Ville art festival. I will be inside the Kaipara Memorial Hall, in Helensville, along with some other exhibitors. With the dates soon approaching, I decided to visit the hall and … Read more…

Choosing Images

One of the more difficult tasks in organising my upcoming exhibition has been choosing which images I want to present. I decided on a few different criteria to assist me in my decision making process. The first criteria, in all probability also the most obvious, was that they had to be of the highest quality, … Read more…