This morning we went to the Arts Center to hang the photos. It took Wyeth about 15 minutes to get the exhibit together. It would have taken me all day and looked like crap. We were fortunate in that the wall would take pushpins, and the framed photos were light enough to be supported by the pins. So we were able to get everything up with pins, and once it looked good, we went back with screws placed into the pinholes – almost a ‘no-brainer.’ The above is a crude somewhat distorted ‘photomerge’ snapshot, but gives a good idea as to what my portion of the exhibit will look like. Those pieces of paper on some of the photos are ‘needs to be fixed’ notes. The next photos will be form the opening!
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