Catalogue Submission

We were supposed to send three photos and an artist statement to Jo today as her husband David is creating an exhibition catalogue for us. With 30 minutes to spare, I sent the following:
Usually I spend days photographing with mine and Ben's many cameras at different times of the day and parts of my house, but this time I don't have enough  pieces completed so it was a quick 15 minutes. I didn't have an opportunity to hang a pillar pillar properly so the top one was taken in my laundry again, the pillar folded in half and hung, me kneeling on the floor looking up. The second is one of the two samples of the Self-Portrait, third is the Self-Portrait in progress. Happily, that is now off the loom.

What's funny is the two projects are so different in scale, and yet in photos, you can't really tell. Bad planning, but I don't have time to worry about it.


Cate Rose said...

I love these photos, especially the first two. Perhaps this is a sign that you don't need to spend so much time trying to get just the RIGHT photo of your work!

Meg said...

Thanks, Connie. If I had used Ben's ancient digital, I would have gotten sharper shots, but what the heck, I'm too tired to worry this morning. LOL. Just about this week most of us are feeling that way.

margery meyers haber said...

I think these pictures are so representative of your cloth, Meg. They're beautiful. Don't worry so much.

Meg said...

I think you're right, Margery. Regardless of the size or the plans, they look like my stuff, don't they?