Wednesday, February 02, 2011

70% Water

A month ago, I had a great idea for the 2011 Silent Poetry Reading, but 4 weeks later, have no idea what it was. So instead, I offer a personal poem in pictures...










70% Water

An Exhibit of Photographs
by
Lene Andersen

Oakwood Village Library & Arts Centre
341 Oakwood Avenue
February 1-26, 2011

p.s. And because I was - and continue to be - fried when I posted this, I forgot to say something very important: Thank you to Michele, Richard and my Main Minion (aka The Boy) for all your help. Without you, there wouldn't be an exhibit.
  

10 comments:

Becky (knittingyoyo) said...

Looks fantastic! Wish I could come see it in person.

LynnM said...

Becky said it!  

It's a happy poem. 8,000 words is lengthy--but happy.

liz@millerhousehold.com said...

Beautiful!

AlisonH said...

Niiiiiiice!!! My thanks to your friends for their help setting up, and congratulations! Wish I could see it all in person. If your pictures were characters, Mr. Red Eye Flight there would be my favorite--he was the pun-ultimate.

kitten said...

want. to. see.

Trevor said...

I saw you post this yesterday, but didn't think of a comment till today.  The space you're exhibiting in looks much nicer than the last one.  Looks more like a gallery, rather than a wall where they stuck some stuff up.  Yay!

Trevor said...

I saw you post this yesterday, but didn't think of a comment till today.  The space you're exhibiting in looks much nicer than the last one.  Looks more like a gallery, rather than a wall where they stuck some stuff up.  Yay!

Julia said...

Congratulations!

Helen said...

Wahoo!
Oddly enough, my first thought on the last picture was how...... not quite right... it was that the pictures were hanging where YOU coudn't see them properly.  I somehow wanted them to be at YOUR viewing height (which of course, makes it hard for the people you want to see them... so then I thought of the opening of the exhibit with them all at your height, and have them (automatically of course, becasue I"m dreaming here) slowly rise to the viewer's height.

Which leads me to an awesome if expensive display suggestion for museums -- adjustable heights, so that the patrons can raise and lower things to put them at their own best viewing heights....

we can dream, can't we?

Gaina said...

That looks like a lovely space. I hope the exhibition is a huge success for you ((HUG))