Last week I hung my first exhibition, (not only was it my first exhibition it was a SOLO exhibition to boot!) So armed with boxes of bubble wrapped paintings I arrived bright and early at the venue to assist with hanging my artwork.
The space that I’m currently exhibiting in was once a butchery department of a Victorian department store and has amazingly high ceilings and the original tiled walls which prove to be an original backdrop to any artwork displayed there.
In total, I hung 12 original oil paintings and a further 13 prints of my work. This was the first time that I had seen the series hung as a collection and it was quite a shock to see them all framed and hanging as a cohesive set of paintings.
The exhibition is now open for viewing and I’ll be hosting an evening on the 29th of March as part of the city’s bi-monthly Artwalk. I look forward to telling all about it and sharing my thoughts on exhibiting for the first time in an upcoming post but until then I just thought that I would share a few photos, I hope that you enjoy!
Until next time,