Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Whew


All I'm saying is that hanging for an art show IS NOT EASY. When things are difficult I always compare it to running a marathon. Remodeling a kitchen? Harder than a marathon. Laying hardwood floors? Harder than a marathon. Painting? Easier than a marathon. Riding your kitchen designers ass to figure out exactly WHY they have not ordered your countertops yet because you are sick and freaking tired of being without a kitchen sink and dishwasher and range for the last 10 weeks? Infinitely tougher than a marathon. Hanging for an art show in a non-air conditioned studio when temps have been in the 90s all week? Harder than a marathon and a helluva lot more frustrating. Too many cooks in a kitchen that was waaaay too hot. But, it's hung and Brent's next show starts Saturday night. I'll post a proper link to the show tomorrow but for now I am BEAT and heading to bed.

Oh, and one last thing. To all the redneck freaks in town for CMA fest: PLEASE REMOVE YOUR COWBOY HATS. Unless you plan to wrangle cattle up and down Broad it is so incredibly cliche. Real Nashvillians do NOT wear them. Or cowboy boots. We're seriously just normal people with normal jobs, bolos not required. I will probably have a body count of boot-scooters to share with you guys on Monday once all the dust has settled because they are apparently unfamiliar with traffic and how one should not walk out in front of it. I guess that's to be expected when you spend most of your time out on the ranch.

6 Comments:

At 5:10 AM, Blogger Runner Susan said...

Hee. So many things are harder than a marathon. Good luck to brent!

 
At 7:15 AM, Blogger E-Speed said...

hope that you sell lots of photos this weekend!

 
At 9:14 AM, Blogger TriSaraTops said...

LOL!

Good luck Mr. Rae!

OMG, I bet it's mullet central around there this weekend. You must post pics!

 
At 12:23 PM, Blogger PLANET3RRY said...

and I will be so close.... man o man. Hope the show goes great!

 
At 6:46 PM, Blogger Firefly's Running said...

Wow! Awesome prints, Brent!

 
At 5:45 PM, Blogger redlib said...

Brent love those prints. Is that a rusted junker in the first one? The south always had tons of interesting stuff like that (usually covered in kudzu in GA). Congrats!

 

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