The First Third Exhibition is finally over and some of the remaining pieces have moved back to their more modest home in the front window of the gallery. The rest of them are secured for travel and I'm seriously looking for another space to show.
The selected pieces that are on display there now are, as before, hung in a uniform, measured grid. The big featured show that just closed was hung 'salon style' which is just a more sophisticated sounding way to say the pieces are hung wherever they fit and looked good. One of the main reasons we decided to forego the uniform grid in favor of hanging it salon style was that we had a good number of horizontally centered pieces that really couldn't be shown properly otherwise. Definitely not without some serious algebra.
So, anyway, yeah, since the regular display at Kaleid Gallery is hung grid style using only the vertical pieces I'm wondering what to do with all the horizontal pieces there are left over? I'd say I've got about 75 or so and a chunk of them came from contributions from Kim Keek Richardson, Isadora Cryer, Angelica Paez and KatherineOgg. [Who all seem to have not firm preference for which way they orient the blank boards. There's enough, I'd say, for even a South First Fridays Double Header so if you have any ideas you should text/call 520-955-9025.