It's a dirty, unglamorous job -- wear comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes (because you might drop a hammer on your foot. Not that I did, but it was a definite possibility).
|It would have been A LOT more difficult without the help of this guy, Severo.|
|Start with an empty space.|
|Rough arrangement of the art.|
|Pressing the giant wall hanging.|
|#dailytruck x 313 is hung!|
|I tasked Severo with hanging all the framed pieces.|
|Then he mounted my show lettering. I'm afraid of heights and I hate climbing on that green ladder.|
|Severo switched out all the old, nasty, halogen lights to LCDs. He insisted on doing it. I'm glad!|
|What I wore. My "art" huipil. |
This became a "studio" garment after I sat in a big blob of pine pitch one summer in Idyllwild.
It's a very loose weave, so is ideal more hot, messy situations.
|Done, as much as possible -- I was still waiting on 20 pieces to arrive from the photo lab.|
|REALLY HAPPY about finishing. It was 11pm.|
|Almost the same outfit minus sturdy shoes.|
|3 rows is better than 1 row.|
|This time I'm really done.|
|Panorama of the #dailytruck section of the exhibition|
July 11 - August 5, 2017
5458 Wilshire Blvd, LA, CA 90036
Reception: Saturday, July 15, 5-8pm
Artist Panel Discussion: Saturday, August 5, 3pm
Linking up with Shelbee's On the Edge