(February 27th, 2011) the price one pays…

Hind sight is twenty-twenty.

 

Lesson: Never leave an anthotype out if you are going to be 70 miles away unable to rescue it.

 

The large anthotype may have been a casualty of the the late evening rainstorm. I put it out this morning since we’ve been starved for direct sun for a week and finally it came out in the a.m. It was sunny when we drove out around 2 pm heading to Columbus to install “The Naturalists”. We didn’t get home until about an hour ago and by that time a couple of showers had moved through the area. It’s back in the garage “drying out”.

 

The price one pays for a little artistic multi tasking. Matting work for the O.C. Measuring and hanging work in Columbus. Trying to get the anthotype to fade.

 

Pics of the installed Naturalists exhhibition in a couple of days. I still have to pack work for Orange Coast College.

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