Well my last post related to my exhibition 'Multiplicity' at the Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon! You never realise the amount of work involved in producing a show, promoting it and preparing for the opening night until you have been through that experience! You also learn a lot. For me working out how to display the images was a great challenge! Different pieces worked in different ways with other images. Anyway my advice is go with your gut instinct! Lots of people will have a view, but I have to say following my own feelings worked best! With the help of some great freinds (Mark especially!) we hung the exhibition. A short time to relax and then enjoy my private view!
It's a bit like the film quote 'if you build it they will come', and after some vagueness of who and how many would come, I was actually very humbled to have may artist and photographer friends and colleagues come and join me. With esteemed artists such as Niel Bally, Susan Milne, Katherine Sheers, Helen Watkins, and photographers Mark Zytynski and Ian Geere, I was thrilled that they came to see my work. After several sales of images, and fantastic comments, the whole ordeal of mounting, and positioning on walls seemed worth the effort. The evening culminated with me back with my camera in hand and taking some shots for a locally promoted film, The Antwerp Dolls who had their Premiere directly after my private view.... home to bed and a well earned cup of tea! The images from my show are now available for sale on my website. However some pieces are available pre framed from the exhibition, please email me if you are interested in any of them! Ann