02/01/2005: "What are you afraid of?"
Well, the countdown has officially begun. I talked to the owner of the Loft gallery where I'm having my April Solo and I let it slip that I didn't have any work for the exhibit yet and he just laughed and said "Don't worry, you have 2 entire months to put something together!" Two entire months indeed.
I'm doing a mental checklist, yet again, of everything I'll have to do before then. Rick is coming around March 24th I think. I'm not sure if it's a good thing he'll be here for the show or not. It could be a real disaster. But if it is, at least I'll have a shoulder to cry on.
I'm working the night shift at the moment and just taking a brief break to check in here. I'm not feeling well *at all* tonight, if there was anyone to fill in for me I'd be at home in bed right now. This came on kindof suddenly, and I'm having a bit of an arthritis flare up in my right foot so I have to hobble about like a 100 year old person.
At least my hands are doing ok. Must paint must paint must paint.
By the way, hello to Stacy tonight, a fellow Juneau artist who left a comment in my last post. Are you in any of the upcoming group shows Stacy? One of them I would have loved to enter (if I'd heard about it in time) is at a new gallery called Ruby something or other but the name of the show is "What are you Afraid of?" and it's about expressing your fears. I would have painted a big painting of my belly button.