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On Location

I don’t often get to see my work after it is acquired. Like a proud parent I want all of my work to find a good home but in fairness, once a piece is transferred to new owners, I really don’t have a say as to where or how it’s hung — yet another lesson in letting go. I am so curious as to how my work is displayed. Is my work in a “good” location? Is there good light on it? Does it look like it belongs in its new home? Do I need to be concerned if it’s too near a radiator or too close to bright sunlight that might dry out or fade the wood?

Dear friend’s of mine, Rob and Karen, now have a piece and put it in their study. I am so pleased that they have a work of mine. And I am pleased with where this work is hung with the desk lamp light that makes for very dramatic lighting.

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