The day of my mammogram appointment, I saw art on the Health Center's lobby walls, tracked down the woman who arranges the art shows for the facility, and asked whether I could have such a show. My work was accepted and the show took place in the spring and summer of 2012. One day during those months, Jackie Mott Brown, a resident of Duncaster, walked into the facility for a medical procedure, saw my art, and asked whether I would have a show at Duncaster. I said yes, the show was scheduled for March 2013, and today, March 1, 2013, we hung it.
|Work waiting to be hung: L-R: Serious Sushi, Lunch among the Cabbages, Trail at Cape Cod National Seashore, Trout Brook, Celery Rose|
|Duncaster resident Paul Sessa, seated at left, has a good eye for arrangement, so he gave advice while a team of Duncaster residens got out their hammers and nails and did the actual hanging.|
|Here are Judy Wawro, and Carol, whose last name I don't know, hanging Buddhist Temple I.|
|Carol and Paul hanging Celery Rose|
|Here's the Duncaster hanging team: Gloria, Jackie Mott Brown (who invited me to hang my work there), Paul Sessa, Carol, and Judy Wawro. Inexplicably not pictured: Alice Loomis, who worked alongside us.|
Thanks to all of them for the opportunity to meet and hang out this morning...and to show my work in their enviably lovely home!