Days of Mystery

WAFTA is holding an exhibition called “Mysterium” in October at Gallery Central.  75 works have been created by WAFTA members around the theme of Mystery and what it means to them.  On Monday & Tuesday of this week  the exhibition committee prepared 66 of these works for photography for the catalogue. My son Josh Wells is the photographer.

Works awaiting photography

Some of the works awaiting photography

It was a huge job to coordinate, record, unwrap, hang, photograph and re wrap all the works. The variety of shape and sizes of works both 2D and 3D will create a wonderful exhibition. Our makeshift display system for the photography worked extremely well, although did require creative hanging solutions for some of the works…

Concentrating on ironing one of the many back drop sheets - fortunately I didn't  do many of them.

Concentrating on ironing one of the many back drop sheets – fortunately I didn’t do many of them.

Setting up the shot

Setting up the shot

Di waiting to unhook a work

Di, our exhibition coordinator, waiting to unhook a work

Josh photographing

Josh photographing, Joy (left) making sure all the works were accounted for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And the works? Well they are a mystery until the opening of the exhibition!

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