I spent Friday hanging (with the help of a few buddies - thanks guys!) and by Friday evening I was ready for a glass of wine and to stand back and admire.
Now I get to work in this space and absorb the art for another six weeks or so. And then it's time to do it all again.
The artists are: Malcolm Inglis (painter), Brownwyn Harford (weaver), Jane Shaw (ceramicist), Andy Cogar (wood and photography), Ingrid McLennan (thread painting), Adrienne Barrie (fibre artisan) and myself - textile artist.
The bonus of being the gallerist is that I get to fill any empty spaces with a piece of my own work!
I also have a more 'whimsical' corner this time.
My hand dyed fabrics and threads fit in nicely here with all the colours.
So now it's back to work for me. I'm within cooee of finishing the quilting on my heron reflection quilt from a couple of posts ago.
Happy Sunday everyone, and if you're up this way come visit me in the gallery. I'm on the Opua Wharf, you can't miss me, and I'll even make you a cuppa.