The hallowed halls of the Orlando Convention Center are mostly empty today…
..but it provides the unspoiled views of the architectural details!
Even the carpeted areas are worth photographing.
I spent some time this afternoon pressing and hanging my special exhibit. There are ten pieces on display, an overview of my creative explorations from the last 13 years.
One of the more recent pieces is “Fractured Modern”.
And then there is the ever popular and discussion generating work created from plastic kitchen wrap…
the Madame Butterfly kimono is back… there were statements in New England in August that this “must have been made in China”. I can assure everyone, it is made in Canada!
Excuse the view – the lighting was not great – it was set up day and everything is on the dim side.
But I will not complain about the location, immediate across from the demonstration area!
A special thank you to Ryan and Jarred for their help with hanging my exhibit. They were walking fast on their way to hang the next exhibit – hence the very blurry image!
A apologize for the quality of these images… I used my iPad and the lighting was poor. Would you believe it: On the way to the airport I discovered that the camera I had packed did not have a memory card… So, the iPad will have to do for this trip!
Where are the palm trees you ask? Here an image of palm trees. The weather isn’t great today, in fact it was very windy today – but I take a windy day in Florida over a chilly day in Saskatchewan any day!
This Skywalk connects the hotel with the convention center – no need to have it closed in.
I plan to catch up on lost sleep tonight. Tomorrow will be busy with judging
Hi Anna! Nice to see another Saskatchewan artist on the move. Hope all goes well for you in the judging arena. 😊.
Hi Jean, thanks for the comment. I just checked out your blog! Let’s try to connect in person soon!
Enjoy the warm weather, and make sure to get some of that sun!!!!
Will do my best – so far it is grey but relatively warm! But with spending a lot of time working there is little opportunity to spend time pool-side!
It is fun to know that we have had an up close and personal view of your work that has put on display. We didn’t just have pictures we here able to touch them as well!
Enjoy the warms winds of the South. Yours from White and Wonderful Penticton
I escaped the snow just in time… waiting for the sun to push aside the clouds here.
Glad to see you have enough wifi to post. Life is improving!
It’s been a struggle, still trying to figure things out.