It took me all day Wednesday to get the show on the walls the way I wanted it (and to tape the radio interview about it, which I'll post in a day or two), and it took another two days to recover. But I'm really pleased with the result. The space is lovely -- high and clean with tons of natural daylight. It's a lovely space to have art. And it gave me a natural flow for the show, which has a bit of narrative element built in.
The show is open to the public at WKNO during business hours, and there will be a closing reception on Friday, March 31st, 6-8pm.
I'm off to dance and celebrate this weekend, but here are a couple more pieces that are in the show, as a preview.
Martha Kelly is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee.
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