I’m very excited to announce my work has been juried in to the Andersonville Galleria!
After much work like ordering prints, cutting informing paper, purchasing frames, coloring prince, hanging the artwork, making the tags, making the artist bio and artist statement, the wall was finished!
Before all of that, I needed to paint the wall that is located on the mezzanine level at the Galleria. It previously was a very light gray color that did not complement my artwork. After a handful of many bright colors within my color palette, I chose a subtle green for the wall. For those who know me, it is about as subtle as a green can be in my world!
I was very careful to check with the neighboring vendor next to me to make sure the color I chose also look good against his display, especially cents the last 4 feet of the wall are technically in his booth space.
I’ll show more of the process in my next post!