For Fiona and I art has taken many forms this weekend including: taking down the Japanese exhibition; delivering garden stuff to Entangle; hammering; sewing words for Fiona; having visitors to our gallery shop; and also building.
I had planned a working-bee to build the brick section of a stand for an outdoor pizza oven at the local neighbourhood centre on Saturday. There were to be four of us but only 3 of us materialised - Adam helped move all the blocks to the site and set down the first course but had to go and attend to family duties - then there was Fiona's dad and myself finishing the last three quarters of the job; so we called in Fiona.
We went from a stack of Hebel blocks to the finished three bay stand for the oven. But of course we had a thunder and rain storm in the middle of the job. Graham worked hard with us but was also the photographer - unfortunately he is not in any of the photos.
I guess that job means Graham, Fiona and I have developed another set of skills given we had never laid Hebel blocks before.
Today Fiona and I made a three hour round trip to deliver the seven garden assemblages (three fonts and 4 quirky objects) to Entangle in Dayboro.
Nice to see the sign and my jewellery below in the Entangle gallery shop.
Things continue to sell through the efforts of Nola of Entangle.