Empty Space


This is Gallery Juno. The gallery has been showing artists in Soho since 1990. These images are of this gallery empty, between shows. I am so pleased that I will be getting the chance to show here. The show is from October 9th to the 31st with the opening reception on the 9th (no need to worry about getting information, I will be emailing or mailing out postcards about this).


I am still a little shy about inviting people to these shows. I have to keep reminding myself that people who show up are either friends who really care about me and want to support my work or they are people who have seen my work and have wanted to see more (very flattering).


Now come the decisions, which pieces to show, how many to display and how they will be arranged. I do like the "salon style" with lots of work almost bumping up against one another. I am surprised how well these pieces "talk" to eachother. Then again, the "gallery style" with far fewer pieces, shows the work with much more breathing room. This gives each piece the space to allow viewers can relate to each piece on its own terms.


I am so grateful to Junko for giving me the opportunity to show here and for her help in organizing the show.

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