Saturday, November 03, 2007

Off to the Little Show

Dear Chris has posted, in excrutiating detail, a description of what Pretty Lady's last couple of days have been like. Privately, she confesses that she is extraordinarily grateful that nobody else expressed much of an opinion, regarding the placement of all the lovely works of art in this exhibition; Pretty Lady was pretty much allowed to steamroller her imperious way through. Many thanks to her Gentleman Friend for installing outlets and spotlights at the last moment. Doom, at least, knows how Pretty Lady gets about adequate lighting. ;-)

6 comments:

k said...

Yes. I saw the little *New Post* stars by Chris's place on my blogroll and ran over there yesterday to go look see. And was rewarded with a lovely, truly beautiful, piece about it all. I felt like I was there. Touching art with my own hands.

Let us know, when you can, how it all goes, okay?

Chris Rywalt said...

It went very well aside from Pretty Lady's imperiously leaving my painting way up higher than I wanted it. But I used that as an excuse to scuttle the plans to go to an Indian restaurant. Not that I would have minded much, but I'm not a huge fan of Indian food and my wife really doesn't like it at all. So I vetoed that and we ended up having very good pizza at Two Boots.

k said...

Oh, excellent strategizing, Chris! I'm not all that fond of Indian food either. Well, except a certain dessert I can't remember the name of. A sort of purple spongey thing.

I'm a Chicago pizza fan, you understand; New York's is just...different, not what I was raised on. Got spoiled young.

See, here you got me all distracted thinking about food again...

HOW DID IT GO?!?!?

k said...

And Chris, something about how you described that experience put me in mind of this post by your fellow New Yorker, Sparrow:

http://chromedcurses.com/allatwitter/2007/10/30/couch-surprise/

prettylady said...

k, if you click on the video up top, eventually you get to see me and Chris talking during the hanging (after a long clip of John muttering), and shots from the opening. It's sort of boring, but almost like being there.

k said...

OH, goody! Thank you. I'll have to morph over to the laptop for that; I've no sound on the desktop these days.