My work of moving from the fourth floor to the second floor A Mill started August this year. Since then I have spent many days and long nights working on, well, everything, all at once. The train left the station for me and making my business work a long time and ago and I'm finding that a steady momentum is the only way for me to keep this as my full time job (imagine me strapped to the front of that train, that to me is my motivation, reasonable fear keeps me focused). Since July 1 I've built out the work space and some display, produced for, set up and worked Art in the Courtyard at the Lowell Folk Festival, had four First Saturday Open Studios (HI to all of you who stopped by and saw my work for the first time, I've been meeting a lot of new people) AND produced for and help spruce up our hallway for Lowell's City Wide Open Studios.
If you were to come to my space this is what you see coming around the door from the elevator.
This here on the left is what you see if you were to come down the hallway from the C/D Mill entrance.
Starting here in October I have some new accounts that are going to be getting some of my focus. My work is now in Downtown Lowell at The Brush Art Gallery and Studios. Super happy about this. It is good to be getting more visible in the Lowell Art Scene.
I also will be an associate artist atCambridge Artists Cooperative Gallery in Harvard Square. Another super happy with an asterix. I am not looking forward to parking ANYwhere in Harvard Square. Just Saying. More than anything, I have been trying to get my toe in the door here since I first started in 2007 so this victory is a testament to my steady momentum theory.