Got all the paintings wrapped, all 18 of them) and ready for the next step of packing them into moving mirror/picture boxes. That will take place tomorrow.
Today was getting all the printing finished, including reprinting one of artwork labels which I had made an error on.
New handouts √
Artwork labels √
Layout for the McMillan Arts Centre √
Guest book √
It's been a whirlwind week, along with also getting the icon board constructed for the next centenary commission. The company built it differently then I designed but I should be able to work with it as is. It's big and heavy!
I dread the 4am Monday wake-up but with lots of caffeine, I'll manage. I need to get the paintings loading by 5am, as I can't risk having them in the van overnight, and be at Horseshoe Bay by 5:30am to catch the first 6:30am ferry to Nanaimo. I estimate being in Parksville around 9:30am and the Centre opens at 10am to begin hanging the show. If all goes well, I'll get a chance to have coffee with a dear friend and then, depending on the weather, I may be able to take in a few totems (Duncan?) before catching a ferry back to North Vancouver. I will ge very relieved to see the series hung and ready to go.