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    day 35-OPENING NIGHT-

    look at thatkrist mills doing his best francis bacon impersonationall the best opening food costco has to offerjesse kendall who designed the fliers and artists dorothy netherland and izzy netherlandseth curcio and lorien jordan talk numbersseveral people I know enjoying a midsummer night laughThe begining of the opening.Architect ray huff debating the engineering of Read more...

     
     

    day 34

    It feels good to be finished. here is the photo from the Charleston city paper article which can be linked here . I plan to take most of today off, and spend tommorow getting ready for the opening.VISUAL ARTS | The Beauty in the Sadness of ThingsRedux celebrates five years with two new showsby: Read more...

     
     

    day 33

    The cups of coffee consumed by the artist while in residence are placed in the corner

    I would like to thank the many people who have sent emails wishing me well i look forward to seeing all of ya’ll at the opening on thursday. For those of you who cannot make it have no fear I Read more...

     
     

    day 32

    well the exhibition is complete except for some minor tweeking of the lighting and some preperations for the opening. With luck I may get to take a day off this week. I hope to see everyone at the opening this thursday july 13th at 6pm.

     
     

    day 31

    I spent today doing little details and began the sugar packet arrangement. This will be the last element in the show. with any luck I will be able to take a day off between installing and getting ready for the reception.

     
     

    day 30

    “The completed circles are beautiful.”-DKA www.dka9.com-
    I am very tired but now the two circles are complete. 1000 black and 1000 white lids arranged in two ten foot diameter circles. After a good nights rest I will resume working. I am thinking about what this space will feel like with people in it. I spend Read more...

     
     

    day 29

    I managed to get the white lids finished now to finish the black lids. I hope to make some more progress later. I am off to the invasion fundraiser for redux . With only six more days until the opening I can finally see an end to this. The most difficult part is Read more...

     
     

    day 28

    I began to define the lid circle today,now it is just a matter of time. The room is really starting to shape up and I am feeling pretty good about this show, looking forward to the opening. 7 more days to go.

     
     

    day 27

    slow and steady wins the race. I keep telling myself I will finish, I am headed back in for an evening session tonight and hope to make some major progress.

     
     

    day 26

    HAPPY 4TH OF JULY.I went in for a couple of hours today and now I am going to watch fireworks and get a good nights rest before I start back tommorow. I made some more headway on the lids and grew the stir stick wall I am begining to lose track of the progress I Read more...