Road Trip (detail) – this is the one for him (see below)
One of the best things about sitting a gallery show is the people.
A man told me not to take anything personally as he ushered his unsighted mother around the walls. To him they were silly. He came out with the classic, “A 7-year old could…” and repeatedly dismissed them with “Strings. Lots of strings.” “More strings.”
Until he came to one, in fluoro pinks, ribbons & roses. I braced myself, then he stepped back as he told her, “Now, [big pause] this one! This one’s [got me].”
So you never know. (see above)
Miss the show? Here’s a cropped paranor-ama by photographer Martin Neville. Don’t worry that the spots aren’t all on the works. By the time it was up that was the least thing. Great show, nice opening, stacks of visitors and interested convos.
Thanks to a wonderful role model, I joined LinkedIn – was it worth it? Early days & it was lots of fun tweaking words to shape an image. Hmmm how to sketch a public profile, check it out here: http://tinyurl.com/8d4y8pe
Your invitation – keep it in mind & keep in touch for the updates. Verrry Ex. cite. d. Open every day to the public. Did I say it was free? It’s FREE!
Browsing art? check out http://www.100thgallery.com and @G_times on Twitter. Follow the pink hat…
“More light.” (Taken with Instagram)
Personally? can’t get enough of glitter & crystal light fittings - thanks theferocity
Check out this link: http://100thgallery.com/ where you’ll see I’m being featured at Melbourne’s 100th gallery online. Nice. Of course if you’re in Prahran, you can drop in and see even more art.
Call on Charles here http://100thgallery.com/contact/ to make a time & he’ll rocket there to meet you.
“In its final form, Mysteries of Vernacular will contain 26 etymological installments, one for each letter of the alphabet. Each episode takes me more than 80 hours to create between the research, construction of the book, and animation.”
CARSON LAUNCHED ONLINE—Epic Melbourne gallerist Charles Hardman (@100thgallery on Twitter) has launched me at his gallery online - see this link: http://100thgallery.com/gallery/gail-carson/ Your chance to be with us from the beginning.
Curating the First Ever Bondi PopUp gallery at Bondi the Beautiful Fair was a buzz!! The theme was BILLOW: everything & anything to do with the sea, wind, sky & the Fair was about recycling & conservation which our works fit right into. This image is an on-the-spot billow.
Contributing artists were Linden Braye, Betty Smith, Gail Carson, Mark Elliot, Jo Mulcahy-Zubani, Sue Saxon and Yvette Sarasola—a mix of Waverley artists in residence, Inner West and Western Sydney with about 16 works in our Pop Tent.