First off, I wish to say that I will not be completing any commissions in this coming week, and most likely will not be streaming, unless it is concerning my 3-D final project. I'll be working to finish up projects and study for my finals. Afterward, I will be in a state of transition until I go to my sister's on the 14th, so my livestreaming schedule will be choppy at best until then.
I want to thank all of my commissioners for their patience in this period of time!
In other news, I just got back from a 7-hour foray to the public library in downtown Bangor, Maine to submit two pieces of work in to their newest exhibition, with one successful entry! As I had taken the bus, and as their schedule is much lengthier in periodicity than normal on Saturdays, I ended up almost finishing a whole 200+ page book from front to back in the interim (very interesting book on the mechanisms concerning the subject of annoyance - 'Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us' by Joe Palca and Flora Lichtman). While I hadn't eaten anything from when I got up to 6pm (about 8 1/2 hours), that book was worth it, as well as the resultant acceptance into the exhibition!
So yeah - 'Romanian Three-Tail Study - Cranial/Cervical Detail'
was successfully accepted in to the Bangor Art Society's 33rd Annual Open Juried Show, and should be on exhibition in the Bangor Public Library's Lecture Hall from May 4th to May 28th. If you're a local resident around the area, go on and give the exhibition a quick look-around - there are a lot of gorgeous works in there!
Take care, and have a great day,