Artwork is Signed, Sealed & Delivered
Well I managed to get myself and my artwork to the gallery space all in one piece. I was confused when I got off the train because I am not familiar with 96th but after a few frantic calls to my co-worker and her coming outside to wave me in, I made it. (Night Blindness ~~ Ugh! No fun!)
That’s why I always afraid to go to a place I don’t know well after dark because I always wind up calling and asking for help. Luckily my friends and co-workers put up with me. Now that I know where the place is I will be volunteering for whatever needs doing. I enjoy being as active as possible.
The Art Space which used to be a school kind of looks like a Castle from the outside. Lots of room, bright and beautiful. Now it is an Artist Residence and one of the security guards who is coordinating the Union Art Show lives there. She was able to get the space. Wish I could live there. I’d be closer to work and the entire building is devoted to artists and art exhibits. An Artist gets in through a Lottery. While I was there gabbing it up with my buddies we could see the ongoing show which is an exhibit by and about Veterans. Somehow I managed to miss all these wonderful art exhibit opportunities.
Here are a few interesting items I managed to photograph before my friends and I had to walk back to the subway station.
By the Way I Love Stevie Wonder ever since his first hit song “Fingertips” and another blogger hipped me to the Douglas Adams quotes. Not really familiar with Douglas Adams but the quotes are funny!
Stevie Wonder – Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours
42 Douglas Adams quotes to live by
8 thoughts on “Art is Signed, Sealed Delivered”
This is for the employee are show, DeBorah? Looks like a great spot for an art gallery!
No Not the Employee Art Show. That was last year.
This is for the Union Art Show. For and by the Union staff. The guards, supervisors, custodial, technicians, etc…
Basically the people who keep the museum running.
So cool! And I know all Stevie’s songs by heart~
Thanks. Yes. Stevie Wonder songs are memorable.
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