Tuesday, 12 May 2015

It's up!

After all the months of hard work and preparation, Scratching the Surface is up. We hung the show last Tuesday - Sarah, Sheila, Deb and myself. It took longer than we thought it would; 42 prints fitted into a tricky space like a giant jigsaw. It's always the same - you start off by thinking you're never going to be able to fit it all in, but we always manage somehow.


Hanging an exhibition is always fun, if a little stressful at times. We were racing against the clock by the end of the afternoon; the last wall was hung in record time. We're all very pleased with how it looks though.

The private view was well attended and the show is on until 16 June. Wander along and have a look.

Scratching the Surface
Jewry Street gallery
The Art Cafe
De Lunn Buildings

Friday, 1 May 2015

Guest blogging

This week I'm guest blogging for Red Hot Press. We're hanging Scratching the Surface next week so Katherine and Sarah asked me if I'd say something about preparing for the exhibition. You can read it here. And of course, please join us at the private view on Thursday 7 May from 7 to 9pm. The exhibition continues until 16 June.