Tampa was a great success (thanks, Iron Chic!), Sarasota was a lot of fun, and Wednesday night I did my first Downtown (Jacksonville) Artwalk from Burrito Gallery (which also went really well). Here are a couple photos of the table set-up I had for prints and of (most of) the art that I’ve got up on the wall right now.
AND DID I MENTION that, while in Sarasota/Bradenton, I explored new and foreign territory? I had never built anything before and don’t know shit about carpentry but it’s not like I’ve ever known anything about art and I haven’t let that stopped me! So I took some measurements, bought some lumber, and built a platform for my bed and furniture, inside my van. I’m pretty proud of it and now I’ve got extra storage space to keep my larger canvases (and whatever else). And even though (right now) I only have a couple, I really doubt that I’ll be so lucky as to sell all of my pieces at my Burrito Gallery and Chamblin’s exhibits, so this will come in handy in April when it’s time to pack up and leave Florida for my next adventure/exhibition. Here are some photos of the process and the new/improved set-up inside my little mobile studio/home.