The Barn Scrubbed Up Well...

That funny old cart shed with the seventies sliding patio doors on (yep, I know!) looked great this weekend - all clean and clear - to show my work in a little 'at home' sort of exhibition.
Here are a few pics of the 'getting ready' stage, taken a week ago:

The canvas wall was already hung - to hide all the stuff behind - but there was still lots to be done..
Yet, at the weekend it looked like this:

Well - not quite like the wobbly panoramic one with an artwork-eating window and a ghost table...but you get the idea..

I was chuffed, big style with my homage-to-Malevich wall. 
Look how that cheeky little window is even pretending to be a pastiche of the Malevich black square:

A great big Thank You to all those lovely people who helped out to make it happen and THANK YOU to those who came along to support me as well. I was surprised and delighted by your positive responses and generous feedback.
I'm planning to do Norfolk Open Studios next May and a joint exhibition in Norwich sometime next Spring too - if I can find one or two people who work in such a way that our pieces will compliment each other...
So, if you missed this show, I'll keep you informed here and on my website. Be lovely to see you at the next one.

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