I found while getting ready for this show, that framing, hanging, mounting et al is... difficult. Especially when working with something like embroidery which is, usually, displayed a different way. That has been my biggest learning curve while transitioning from crafter to artist.
Being that I am the local one in this show, I have been trying to drum up as much support as possible. I have been very active on social media...
My first art show opens this Friday. If you happen to be in the Glens Falls, NY area, stop in! Opening reception is July 8th 5-7 pm. Show runs July 8th through August 5th. #environmentalportraits #embroideredportrait #embroidery #handembroidery #redwork #whatisart #laphamgallery #LARAC #GlensFallsNY #artexhibit
Opening reception tomorrow 5-7 PM! Meet Teri McCans & me! @LARAC_ARTS #environmentalportraits #embroideredportraits https://t.co/bv3N1oq6Wu— TishaDolton (@aprilsongstress) July 7, 2016
Preview of tonight's opening! I hope some of you can make it to Glens Falls to see the show… https://t.co/k9356avngw— TishaDolton (@aprilsongstress) July 8, 2016
Hope to see some friendly faces, new & old!
Previous posts on this subject:
Art Show: Part One
Art Show: Part Two