Taking a moment's breather from the confusion of abstracted thoughts so I'm doing a bit of tidying round and catching up.
Time flies when you are enjoying yourself, as they say, and I've been having lots of fun recently but it appears that five weeks have passed since I put my three paintings into this exhibition, organised by the Open College of the Arts (OCA), and a whole month since I went back for a visit to see how it all looked.
I thought you might like to see what the exhibition looked like in-situ:
This is one of the better areas (above), albeit a corridor, but don't let that lady with the serious look on her face kid you - I know for a fact she is skint and has no intention of buying!
Looking down the length of the mall. My paintings are somewhere along there on the third floor's thirty-fourth column:
The exhibition is made up of both present and past students, and this past student's work (below) is also by my present Tutor, Jane Mitchell:
Ah, here's what I'm looking for:
Goldenbury Hill in all it's glory, but what's this...nobody looking at it? Hey everybody, up here --->>>>>!
Apparently six paintings were sold, but I don't need to tell you that none of them were mine. If any of them had then you wouldn't have needed the internet to hear about it!!!