Gallery wall work in progress.

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And…here we go. Took down my favorite “priest on a bicycle” (gold framed piece) drawing and hung my anchor pieces. Zoe and Laura, you both are amazing.

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Found the nudes at a local antique shop. Wish I could photoshop the light cord.

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Had fun going through some of my old favorites.

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  And the Father is back.

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 Photograph by Kirvin D Hodges.

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 Artist Fred Samuelson.

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Love the perfect imbalance of asymmetry.

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To be frank, hanging art takes time. I laid pieces out in many variations, with varying pieces, and ended up deciding I wanted an anchor piece in each square. After I hung them, I just picked what seemed to balance the large Pawlak work. My desk faces this wall and I could not be more content. The real quirk in this arrangement is the Robert Sonneman Orbiter sconce.  I considered taking it down, but love it way much lots. SO just determined to work with-around it. Yep, you can see the chord. Yep, a pain to turn the light on/off.  Some things are worth the inconvenience!

5 responses to “Gallery part 2.”

  1. Worth the inconvenience and then some! The Orbiter sconce brings it all together. I even love seeing the cord! All the asymmetrical elements inject great dynamic lines. So very happy to be part of your creative environment.

  2. Ah, you make it look so easy! I really struggle with my gallery walls and keep saying I am going to pull everything down and start over…but you know how it is. I walk by and give them the stink eye in the meantime.

  3. Ha, I do know how it is! Well, now that you have that sweet new piece of Christopher W, may inspire you to give it a whirl! It took me a long time to figure out this wall, I confess, but so satisfying when it comes together.

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