Knee Deep in Thesis

November 11, 2009 at 8:47 am 2 comments

Misty trees

Just taking a very quick break to update this blog.

I have a deadline of this Friday to produce a few thousand coherent words for review by my supervisor on the thesis.

The Sea Angels are finished and on display at the Johnston Collection. We are not too happy with the display at that end of the room. The tree and angels were supposed to be displayed in a group, the tree flanked by the angels. However it was too crowded due to the furniture arrangement so they have dropped the tree down the step and split the angels off to the side. Then the step was a safety issue so they have place two plinths with big, ugly, empty, white urns on them in the central position. It is horrendous. Hopefully the ‘interior designers’ will rectify such a disgraceful placement. Even taking the urns off would make a difference. After the months of work spent planning and constructing it is very disappointing.

I am flitting about doing a few little items in between thesis writing but also extremely busy at work at the moment and hoping to start preparations for xmas soon. We have our Creative Group on Saturday so will post photos on Monday.

Check out this great giveaway on Candy’s blog and new website, she has some delicious hand dyed pieces.

valley in mist

Photos are from my morning walk


Entry filed under: Johnston Collection, Landscapes.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Candied Fabrics  |  November 11, 2009 at 9:15 am

    Thanks for the mention! And I LOVE the photos…the mist is AWESOME!

  • 2. sharon young  |  November 13, 2009 at 8:18 am

    Isn’t it always the way when you have to leave it to some else to set up your work for exhibition, I hate it. Hope you manage to get it sorted,
    Good luck with the thesis


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