Exhibition Planning

I have my first solo exhibition on 4th April at Gage Gallery in Sheffield, so I’m busy trying to prepare.

I’ve got some work to get finished off, as well as all the usual planning and promoting to do. Over the weekend I finished a set of 9 canvases painted with pills. I’m intending to hang them in a grid and they will probably be the cheapest work available at the exhibition. I’m also stitching like mad to try and get a cross-stitch finished in time. I didn’t particularly intend for it to go in to the exhibition, but since it’s under way I’d quite like to get it in.

Along with new work, I also have lots of bits to finish off on other pieces, such as painting the sides of box canvases, or signing paintings. I haven’t really given much thought to the curation yet.

I’m particularly struggling with getting into the promotion of the event. I’m trying to write a press release, but I’m finding it difficult to find the right words. I should also get organised and send some invite out, but I seem to be so distracted at the moment.

Other things I need to get sorted are ordering some business cards, and I wanted to get some postcards printed, but I think it may already be too late for that.

Anyway, I can console myself with the fact that work is getting made, and I’ll be knuckling down this week to get on with promoting.

Follow my blog to see how my preparation progresses.

If you’d like to come along to the opening evening, you can find information here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/343761462430078/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

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About Sharon Mossbeck

Sharon Mossbeck is a conceptual artist based in Sheffield. Mossbeck's work focuses on themes of death and religion, often presented in a vibrant, hedonistic manner. While based on themes of death, her work is more easily read as a celebration of life while questioning what may happen beyond. Mossbeck works in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture using found objects, photography and textiles. Available for commissions.
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One Response to Exhibition Planning

  1. ComaDiary says:

    Baaaa! Good luck, Solo shows always seem so much more work, I’m going to follow you now because I like being nosy.

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