Art Unravelled: Through the Looking Glass Exhibition Begins

August 3, 2010 at 9:45 pm (Art Unravelled)

First of all, I am sorry for not posting last week, but I was putting the final touches on the Through the Looking Glass  series of pieces. The three-person Through the Looking Glass show opens this Friday in the Lobby of Artspace during the First Friday Gallery Walk. This week, I am going to post  a daily blog showing the installation progress. My friend, photographer Jim Millay is making a film about this installation, which I hope will be running in the Artspace lobby during the run of the show.

Last night, Emily Cash Wilmoth, Susan Parrish, and I met in the lobby of Artspace to begin installing the show. Emily brought with her three apprentices, students of hers from the Art Institute. Special thanks to Ivan, Chris, and Swift for helping us get a jump start on the installation.

Day one installation included painting checkerboard pattern onto the vinyl pieces that will on the floor of the lobby, hanging Emily’s large scale Cheshire Cat drawing, pencil drawing the Mad Hatter drawing on one of the lobby walls, and hanging Emily’s Alice drawing.  More pictures tomorrow on Day Two of the installation.

Ivan painting checkerboard pattern onto the floor pieces.

Hanging the Cheshire Cat Drawing.

Mad Hatter "Pencil" drawing on the wall.

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