I indicated in the first Personal Photo Project entry that the weekly Personal Photo Project wouldn’t always be designing and taking a new picture. This is one of those occasions.
This time the project was cutting and mounting and hanging Psyched Up (Not Out) on the wall.
Psyched Up (Not Out)
To get a print this large made isn’t chump change, so I enlisted the aid of Teresa because she has a much steadier hand than I do. I didn’t want to be on the hook for buying a replacement print if I butchered the cutting job.
Teresa cut the picture down to the dimensions of the window. Then I mounted it to a piece of foamboard, that Teresa had also cut. I placed the picture in the window and strung wire across the back of it.
It was a big enough spectacle that Carla, Johnathan and Alexis came over to witness the picture being placed proudly upon my wall.
Or it is possible that they stopped by because their laptop was broken, but I’d like to think that it was because of the picture hanging ceremony.
I now have a wall of Jill Gorshe body parts! I think that this is where that picture series will end. I’m not sure if Jill would be game for adding to the collection, but I guess if I figure out what needs to go with her foot and hand, I’ll test my powers of persuasion one more time.
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Go above the collar, and you may be able to convince her. 🙂
The pictures look really great – I really like the windows.
I think this “series” has ran its course, but she did joke this weekend about pushing her face against a window. However, I know she won’t really do that.
I do have more window projects coming eventually. But I have a lot more figuring to do before I get started on any of those projects.
Although The Personal Photo Project of the Week that I will be publishing this Friday is part of a 6 photo project that will be window related in its final incarnation.
We stopped by to see your new furniture and the laptop was not working… to be blessed enough to see the hanging of those photos was just icing on the cake of a great visit! 😉
That is right. It was also the first night of the new couch and loveseat. It was a very big night of the house.
Although Johnathan was right. Alexis’ feet did wreak. I hope you hosed that kid down when you got her home!
Oh yes… kids love wearing no socks with their shoes… that and doing sports… nothing like the sweet smell of feet!
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