As some of you who follow my work at Stonington Gallery in Seattle, Washington might have noticed, I have an exhibition coming up next month. I wanted to post an update so that those who attend are not surprised at the amount of work on display and to explain. This exhibit was planned over 6 months ago and at the time I was not planning to move my studio. At the middle of Summer I decided I would for personal reasons and needless to say it had a huge impact on my ability to produce work while in transition. As you've noticed with my previous postings I have been moving and unboxing with concentration on the office before I can even attempt to set the studio up. In the interim I am planning to work with friends in their local spaces until I can get the shop in order.
So I guess what I'm saying is, when the show opens it will be regarded as a 'preview' and that the full exhibition will roll out some time in the first quarter of next year. I will be sure to post announcements. It is disappointing but the good news is there is new creative juices flowing and the glass team I work with is based now within a 20min drive vs a 3hr one. As well, I've discovered that you really are reminded of who you are when you are when you are out of your setting and that I'm sure will be the case here. To new adventures.