Been a long time since I posted something. The Adaptation show went off really well, I thought. We got a lot of positive feedback -- to the pieces in the show, individually, and to the concept and execution of the show, in general. My thanks and gratitude go out to my fellow artists and the wonderful people at the local tourism office who let us use the space. We followed the fine art exhibit with a functional ware sale over the Mother's Day Weekend. Same location but this was a try-out of a weekend sale. The weather was crappy but for what it was and the pitiful advertising that happened, everyone was pleased. I'm sure we can do better next time.
In the mean time, I have a few more pieces in exhibitions, locally. All group things. I am currently working on getting together some exhibition plans with another artist friend to coincide with the upcoming World Equestrian Games in Lexington and also for a greenhouse idea next year. In addition, there are plans in the works to do some functional sales, particularly at Christmas. But getting back to the Adaptation show, I think we'll be putting together a vanity book as a portfolio piece.
This summer includes revamping the garage space to make a more functional four-season space for me to work. I hope to accommodate the clay and some room for some metal work. I really miss metal work. So its work, work, work and keep looking forward, building on the last success. Adaptation pix will be posted in the near future.