My exhibition opening at Eureka Books turned out to be quite enjoyable. I reconnected with friends, some of whom I hadn’t seen in quite a few years, and was genuinely touched by the enthusiasm of many others. I hadn’t been sure what it would feel like to spend an evening seeing, and talking about, my paper mosaic collages from years ago along with the books I’m doing now. But it turned out I was glad to have the opportunity.
It’s been so long since I’ve shown them here at home that many people hadn’t ever seen them. I’d been a little afraid it was all going to be eclectic to the point of bizarre, but in the end I thought it all went together well.
But I shouldn’t speak entirely in the past tense. The show continues for the rest of the month. But it’s shrinking a bit–most notably, there is now only one bottle of Codex capsules left out of what began as an edition of five. I do so love people who buy artists’ books! See ’em while you can.