ok so this feels a bit weird but as a final post about the Personal Territories exhibition I'm sharing some pics of me at the opening party.  Not sure if this is just a massive ego trip, but they are very lovely photos by Désirée...

And last but not least the hall. Imagine coming home to this amazing space everyday.  I would be perpetually making hollywood entrances. [caption id="attachment_2990" align="alignnone" width="680"] Love all the ivy and orchids - photo : patriceschreyer.com[/caption] There was one piece in the hall, It's Time To Get Out...

Our tour is almost over. I hope you've enjoyed seeing each room in detail. I've certainly enjoyed writing these posts and I've loved reliving the exhibition room by room. The studio is the final room of the exhibition and probably the most wild.  A flock of...

Our journey is nearly at an end. This room has the most framed works, though there are also some birds flying around. The works you can see are: A convergence: 68 hand cut pages from an Oxford Advanced Atlas, pins Did you know that when birds flock together...

The bugs and butterflies are flying freely in this room. The two works in this room are: Samurai Beetles: installation of 110 acid etched brass beetles Beetles and bugs are beautiful but also a little bit scary. One might be ok but lots definitely not ok. These beetles...

Now we move upstairs to the master bedroom the white room, red room and studio. This is where the exhibition starts to get a more immersive.  There are sounds smells, creatures breaking free from the confines of their frames. [caption id="attachment_2909" align="alignnone" width="680"] The tree of life...

    

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