Thursday, June 24, 2010

Collectively Speaking, Then and Now...

Lorie Mertes contacted the ladies of The Other WOman Collective a few weeks ago and asked us if we're liked to do a show comparing the work of our collective to the work of The Philadelphia Ten, a collective that began showing in 1917! We all thought this was an amazing opportunity and were super excited to have been asked to participate!

Wednesday was a long day that started at 6:30 am when we all woke up to do a group photo for the show, as we didn't have an existing one that anyone deemed suitable. After the shoot in the woods was over there were pancakes. crawling, naps, gathering, trips to Home Depot and alot of back and forth to the car for lots of things...but around 6ish we all got together for a second time that day and started installing our work on the walls and set about creating an installation in the space...It went really well, despite our long day and I think we're all really happy with how the show came out. Below are some installation photos...

The installation:


Collectively Speaking, Then and Now:
The Other Woman and The Philadelphia Ten


June 25th, 2009 - September 7th, 2010

The Galleries at Moore
20th & the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA





2 comments:

Mouse Trap Vintage said...

This looks beautiful, Darla! I love what you ladies are doing!

Peanutbutter_Eric said...

Hello...I was noseying through your lovely blog today and I was just wondering if you made the many bees?...Your work is looking amazing as ever:)