Hey! Where are you and what are you doing? I’m sitting in my studio, waiting to have a meeting with my adviser. I’m hoping he’ll have some novel ideas about shipping my work. I have a show in Colorado in June, and I did a shipping estimate for it yesterday. Guess how much it was? The person who guesses closest will win one of my small translucent porcelain cups!
I’m going to be strict here, and say you must be following this blog in order for your guess to be counted. How do you do that? Simple: enter your email address in the box on the right hand side of the page where it says, “Stay in the loop!” Leave your guesses in the comment section here; the contest will end & the winner will be notified on Sunday at 5pm ET.
Alrighty then. As you begin formulating your guesses, I’ll enthrall you with the remainder of this post.
As I was saying, I got the shipping estimate. It’s now clear to me that I either:
a) need to find a wealthy sponsor
b) need to figure out a different way to ship my pieces,
c) I’m not willing to change my work
d) I don’t own a teleporter.
I really hope I can figure this out, because I’m not sure I can afford to do the show otherwise.
Moving on, here are some pictures from the MFA thesis show opening reception, which was held on April 7th. It was really fun to see everyone who came out to the show. Extra high highlights were my parents, who flew in from ND, Meredith Morten, who many of you might remember from my adventures at the ICS in Hungary last fall, and Bethany Rusen and David Doktor, who braved the east coast traffic from Philadelphia. 🙂
Click on one to open a photo viewer. The photos end with the installation process for my 22′ porcelain column.