Thursday, June 7, 2012

Black and White 2012

I am particularly proud of the June, 2012 Black and White Art Show at Carrollwood Cultural Center. We have about 140 entries in painting, photography, ceramics and sculpture. One sculpture was sent from Paris, France and a picture from Lincoln, Nebraska. We are definitely getting "out there".

I took some photographs last night before I went home, dog weary with the amount of work involved in this show. I had a remarkable turnout of help to hang the show, which was done in record time...two hours on Tuesday afternoon, but it was impossible to keep track of what was happening with teams of hangers putting up the work as fast as possible, so I had to do a lot of reshuffling on Wednesday afternoon while more helpers put up the labels.

The Theater Gallery is very difficult to photograph, since it is a very large venue and often is set up for cabaret style events, and at other times a formal theater with row seating for 225 people. Sometimes a small dance floor is put down, while at other times this space is used for private parties, weddings and civic events. These photos show the theater being set up for a rehearsal for a music production. Please excuse the trash can and other accessories that will be put away when our reception gets underway!

Theater West
 Theater West lower level

 Theater West Balcony
Theater West Balcony (2nd View)
Theater East
Theater East Lower Level View 1

Theater East Lower Level View 2

West Entrance - Sculpture and Ceramics

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