Last Friday was supposed to be the opening of my show Cut Stitch Press at the Bunnell Street Arts Center in Homer, Alaska; but weather got in the way, and things were postponed. You can see I’m telling the truth as it is right here on the front page of the Homer News.
Yesterday, Walt and I headed back down to Homer around noon. We had some serious white out conditions in the Turnagain Pass, but with Walt driving things were good. Walt got to listen to me practice my artist talk over and over.
Since 1992 the space has been a non-profit multi-disciplinary art space. If you want to learn more about what they do at the Bunnell, this video is a great introduction.
Here is Fruit Salad. I am just going to tell you. Fruit Salad is hanging upside down. I meant to send Asia, the Director of the Bunnell, an email letting her know which side was up, but I didn’t. So there you go. Its our little secret.
I tried to flip it around but now it has weird shadows. This experience makes me wonder how often this happens with abstract art? And just what does the artist do? I think it just becomes part of the story. (And if I had gotten it properly labeled in time, it wouldn’t have happened.)
Everyone likes to see the backs.
Thank you for sharing the event with me virtually.