Conversations|Reconstructed

A Collaborative, Literary Art Exhibition

Over 300 People…

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The exhibition is over and we are in the throes of summer. How did we get from April to July?

Honestly, it’s been a blur.

For me the show was, simply put, awesome. Not awesome in the too common way one can use it, but genuinely awe-some.

In all, over 300 people came through the doors during our 15 day show!

The Art Books did well.

Two of the pieces sold…so far!

We want to thank everyone who came to see the exhibition and those of you who watched from afar. Thank you! It was such a memorable experience! One I know I will not forget. Ever.

In the coming weeks I want to share more about some of the things I learned doing the show and the process it took to get there.

I will also be posting the art that is still available for sale. (If you haven’t seen it already, it’s pretty wonderful stuff!)

In the in between time I am still recovering from a crazy few months, working on some writing and other projects, taking care of day to day life stuff, and of course, prepping for the next project!

For now, have a look at beauties (They are all still available for sale. Use the contact form under “contact us” to get in touch if you are interested.)

Screen Print (46x46) by Anna Doran. Poem by Stacey Covell Photo Credit - Wallace Jones - Irish Rain Photography

Screen Print 1 of 3 (46×46) by Anna Doran. Poem by Stacey Covell Photo Credit – Wallace Jones – Irish Rain Photography

 

Graphic Design piece by Cory Miller. Poem by Stacey Covell Photo Credit - Wallace Jones

Graphic Design piece by Cory Miller. Poem by Stacey Covell Photo Credit – Wallace Jones

Pen and Ink on Bristol by Chris Anderson. Poem by Stacey Covell. Photo Credit - Wallace Jones

Pen and Ink on Bristol by Chris Anderson. Poem by Stacey Covell. Photo Credit – Wallace Jones

Chat more soon.

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Author: Stacey

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