So this was the first show in which I got to hang my own artwork. This was pretty much the first time I've ever had to do that, but I did take note of how things were hung last time. Specifically, things were hung in little groupings, which is definitely a more interesting look! I tried to simulate that myself, with the additional suggestion to stagger them up and down a bit, and I like the way it turned out.
The reception itself, well, it's always the trickiest and most awkward/unpleasant part for me. I'm a social disaster, but overall, things were good. The difference between a big group show, and a small joint show, is that it's harder to ignore the fact that I don't have an in-person support system. I didn't know a single person there, other than my dude. That aspect is always a downer.
Regardless, it still feels good to know that I've made the effort.
On the complete other end of the spectrum, I didn't even have any holographic trading cards left to take to the show! I really only bought them because I was personally interested. There were fewer than ten sets and they were practically sold out within two days! Seems like a no-brainer to get more, but they are numbered as a limited set and I would like to honor that! It just means I'll need to order more than five copies the next time I get a solid series out :D
Thanks a lot, by the way. There is definitely a tight, little friendbase online and you are much too good to me! :D
Hello! I'm Melissa, and here you'll find some behind-the-scenes footage of an artful life. Won't you join me?