I drove over to the gallery this morning and in a few minutes everything was packed and ready to come home.
It's a little sad but not a real surprise that there were no sales. Despite its pretensions at sophistication, I have always found Atlanta a pretty prosy place. My work is pretty bold and the appreciation of textiles takes an even bolder art collector. Just having had the chance to display the work was a great gift.
If anyone has any interest in acquiring any of the pieces from the recent show (or any other work, for that matter) please know that any reasonable offer will not be refused.
It's no longer a secret that Jimmy is battling cancer and our financial reserves have been stretched to transparency. I'm deeply grateful for the resources we do have and the flexibility my home based job allows for. "Grateful for every golden now" is my in-breath and "survivor" our mantra.
Email me and be surprised. They say that artists should never lower their prices. Right now I'd like to get my hands on "they" and show them what I'm feeling about that rule.