It’s Installation Day! The happiest of all days. *\o/*

Okay, maybe not with the snowpocalypse part 54864115564 having happened yesterday/early this morning or the Epic Ear Infection to End All Ear Infections.

…how did my brother survive into adulthood getting these things as often as he did as a kid?

But, yeah, Installation Day!  There should be balloons and confetti and the Stark Dancers reenacting scenes from Moulin Rouge in the background.  Or, at least, a really massive chai.

I’m not picky.

For those of you who maybe aren’t as caught up on my shenanigans as others, today I’m installing (after a brief delay that involved some confusion about the space between the Northcoast Gallery and the building it’s housed in) a large chunk of my spindle’s work, Zellandine’s denouement series.  So, scads of excitement.

I’ve also got the Heart Meets Heart Gala tonight, installation of my piece for NWTC’s ArtWalk tomorrow, and ArtWalk, the Artisan Market at ArtWalk, and a spinning class on Saturday.

Can we say “epic people hangover?”  I know you can!

Again, made all the better by the Epic Ear Infections.

My life.

And, in other somewhat related news, I finished this huge piece that I’d been working on.  Here it is:

spindle’s work, Zellandine’s denouement: Year of the Snake
2013
fiber, fabric, copper wire, jewelry wire, nylon cord, plastic-coated electronics wire, handspun yarn, commercial yarn, spray paint, dryer tubing
Katrina (‘Trie) Blasingame

He’s kinda hugely huge, right?  And he expands into space and had several ways to be installed.  I’m so proud.

Okay, I should go do things like get the last of my stuff ready so that I can go install today.

Courage.

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