The Selina Rose Gallery will be going on a journey tomorrow to its new home with my sister Karen. There are still some things I have in mind, perhaps a window box, some family photos, a mini catalogue of Karen's art and a few touch ups around the windows where there is a bit of a gap between the front and back of the windows, but I feel it is complete enough to make the journey. Karen will also send me a photo of any of her new paintings to scale down for the gallery, so in a way it will be an on-going project.
Below is a final set of photos before I pack it up for its travel. There is not a lot new apart from the front which I have been furiously working on to get finished.
The Front Exterior
I've added a rag and paper towels.
The Chill-Out Room
I made up a 'Paper Minis' book kit, A Collection of Still Life Paintings.
The cabinet is full of treasures including a vintage button with a Clydesdale horse on it.
The Upper Gallery
The Lower Gallery
I have added a sign advertising an exhibition by a guest artist, Gail Milne. Gail is another of my sisters (Karen's twin) and is also an artist.
The Whole Gallery
The Inside Door
The Lower Gallery Inside Window
Note the 'Please No Smoking' Sign
I was a good girl and remembered to sign and date the project.
Signing off now and passing the gift of my workmanship to my lovely sister Karen to house miniatures of her wonderful art work.