Tuesday, October 9, 2007
The post-studio artist begins her residency
After securing the perfect table at a nearby junk shop, Libby Hartle, Pocket Utopia's first post-studio artist in resident got down to work. I think I was more excited than she was after screwing the legs into the bottom of the table and then watching her make art.
I was also pleased with the response that Megan Whiteford's Green Bomb public art piece was getting, with folks picking up their seeds and planting them. Lucas Reiner stopped in and all was perfect at Pocket Utopia until it became a little more perfect when Jerry Saltz and Roberta Smith walked in and paid us an enthusiastic visit. For a short time my Pocket Utopia looked a little bigger then my pocket.