Q: Why is there cauliflower all over the kitchen? Eric: Because I’m making something new: fried cauliflower.
Q: Now that you found your phone in the truck, are you still insisting that you never left it there? Eric: I’m not answering that question.
Q: I heard this today… Do you know what the oldest city in the U.S. is? By the way, Tripp got it right on his second guess. Eric: St. Petersburg? Oh, close. Eric: Wait. No. I meant St. Augustine. Ding, ding, ding… you are correct. And I’ll give you that as your first answer so you beat Tripp.
Q: Have you ever played dungeons and dragons? Eric: Uhm, not really. I think I tried with friends but we couldn’t figure out how to play. I don’t get that game at all. Just saw them playing on TV and thought maybe you knew.
Q: What aggravated you this week? Eric: Our lawnmower breaking down. But the service center fixed it quickly so all is good now.
You know what’s great about being an artist and being married to a basketmaker? Things magically happen.
One night last week I had 8 more frames to cut out for my set of 25 mini 6×6 paintings. It was well after midnight and was too tired to finish. The next morning, I wake up and see not only are the frames all cut out, they were put together and each artwork enclosed.
Also last week, I was trying to figure out the display from where my acrylic panels will hang from and in comes Eric with a mini model!
Three panels on the front and three panels on the back. It looked perfect. On Sunday, Eric went to his best friend’s house outside of Atlanta and they worked on the full-size display. It’s awesome! Better than I could have imagined. But it’s not put together so I cannot take a photo. As soon as the display is complete, I will show a pic.
FYI – I’m trying to block out some time to get my website updated so I can upload the paintings that will be part of my show and also have the ability for pre-sales before my artist reception.
I wouldn’t have known I had eleven days left if it weren’t for Mr. Basketmaker writing it in large letters on our chalkboard. I’m glad he did because in my head, I’m thinking I still have plenty of time before I hang all my artwork the first of the month.
No Saturday Night Artwalk tonight because I’m busy painting. And won’t put my brush down probably until the morning of June first. And it’s just not my artwork that needs finishing; I have signage and artist bio plus my statement. Sure, I already have them written, but they need updating. Still need to photograph and create certificate of authenticity sheets for every item. Okay, my stress level is now rising…
I did get my first set of show postcards off to the printer yesterday. Whether they get shipped here well before day one is another story. So I’ll leave you with a sample of my cards. If you live close by, would love to see you for my artist reception June 10th!