So that's the end of my solo show in Harold's Cross. Feeling very wistful today -I liked being in the space and having friends and randomers strolling in, talking about art, Brexit and football. A fellow artist arrived in last night to collect something from me just before I closed and as I talked, I could feel the energy draining from me (nothing to do with him!) it's just that as it finished, all my alertness and tension fell away. By tomorrow I'll be comatose!
So it'll be on to the next project. La Galerie Impromptu will pop up again, next time as a community event. I'm writing a proposal to Culture Night to host a 6 Pack exhibition https://www.facebook.com/6PackCommunityProject/
Hopefully, the space won't have been occupied by then -but there are no guarantees. In the pics I took over the week or so, I felt that the gallery looked just right in that spot. It had a kind of Continental look to it, tucked away in that corner; un petit coin du paradis... What do you think all of you out there in Dublin6land? Please 'LIKE' the 6 Pack project FB page at the above link.
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