The 2012 Land Arts of the American West group headed up to Santa Fe two weeks ago in order to begin an intensive installation of artwork at the Center for Contemporary Art. The group lent helping hands wherever needed and offered problem solving for various hanging and installation situations. With our sleeves rolled up, we had several diligent days of work. What started off as a messy gallery space slowly transformed into a slick looking exhibit. We collectively learned a great deal about what it means to put on a show together and the amount of work it takes to make things happen. Hard work pays off, and in the end, the gallery was exhibition ready!
|Marne Elmore, Jeff Nibert, and Bill Gilbert working on palette |
sculpture collaboration with KB Jones (Photo: Ryan Henel)
|Eric Cook working on outdoor shelter structure (Photo: Ryan Henel)|
|KB Jones beginning her charcoal drawing installation (Photo: Ryan Henel)|