Quote Originally Posted by Alex Hawley View Post
Yeah. Papagene told me that an exhibition is like a story; it has a beginning, and end, and punctuation in between. When I did my first exhibit, I tried to follow that advice but hung the 11x14s all together. It seemed to make sense at the moment, but there was also a long wall of 8x10s which induced the "conveyor belt syndrome" that Murray was talking about.

More to this than meets the eye, in order to engage the eye, isn't there?
Alex -

Let me know when you are back in town to check out the bank walls...

One thing I remember from the interior, it isn't set up like a traditional gallery space with long open walls. There are a few places where you can put three or 4 11x14s together. But there are also several smaller walls/spaces where one print would fill the area.

As to the still-life as a punctuation mark, tall and thin would do that. But to me, if there isn't at least one other one in a similar aspect ratio, it might look like an orphan.

If you print it tall and thin, got anything else that can print same aspect ratio but rotated 90 degrees?