Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Travels Through the Spectrum Exhibition - Part 6

Monday morning and the exhibition comes down.  We are all worn out, so very glad to have Sarah, Sara, Keith and Phil to assist with the dismantling and all the packing of the paintings and prints.  The weather is horrible, pouring with rain making any trips to the car park unpleasant, and like a doofus I manage to leave behind my box of packing materials at Mum's, which Bernadette very kindly offered to go back and get for me.  All rather damp and dismal, don't want the show to end, but after selling nine prints I still have nineteen to go, so the search for a new exhibition venue commences!


Sarah, Keith and Phil hard at work


My prints and Mum's paintings
The rather nice mugs at the gallery

Bernadette manages to keep smiling!


A short film of busy, busy, busy in the gallery

Mum - the face says it all

Bernadette packing up Mum's sold painting.
Here is a little film of her in packing action, complete with sound
effects and lots of caffeine
My last print solitary on the wall
Boxed up and good to go

Mum and Bernadette - running out of energy fast!



Stairs up to the gallery
The lobby of Riverhouse Arts

Now will all this fit into my tiny sports car?
(Miraculously yes, it does)
The programme we featured in
B is ready for the rain
The ornate iron gate at the gallery - shame I didn't photograph
it when the sun was out i.e. any other day this week

B doing her best 'Worn Out' face

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