Yesterday was the last day of Lee’s exhibition. There were lots of lovely comments in the visitor book and positive feedback from people we talked with. Some of his work that we framed especially for the exhibition have now found wall space in the bungalow. ‘Bathing Belle’ and ‘Sunlight on Glasses’ are both now hanging in my dressing room. I love them both. It makes me smile to remember one young visitor to the exhibition, a little boy of about 6 or 7, who absolutely loved the gigantic skull and roses but looked at ‘Sunlight on Glasses’ with puzzlement upon his face …
“Miss” said the little boy, “why hasn’t he finished this one?”
What do you say huh?
So … our sweary bobble hats really have been in high demand! I am just working on an order of 20 for some very smart bikers in Brum. In the meantime I have been experimenting with some different colours, contrasts and bobble sizes. This colourful bunch of sweary hats will be available £15 each from the studio this afternoon!
What do you think?
So, I have mostly spent today hanging all Lee’s amazing work at The Torch Theatre in Milford Haven and I am so happy with the space, lighting and how it all looks there! Even whilst I was preparing the room visitors to The Torch were popping in to the gallery and gave me wonderful feedback about Lee’s work. Lee spent the morning tattooing at the studio and arrived just as the last piece was being hung. The exhibition is officially open and we are looking forward to our special viewing on Saturday 7th April at 7pm.
Blinking heck I am one very proud wife … ❤️
Lee loves to tattoo something very different and was very happy with the request of a recent customer. This temple skull was an interesting, unusual and technical piece for Lee to ink. I have to be honest I was blown away by this piece…