I have been working all week on getting the Sedona Series ready to be hung at the Seacoast Artists Gallery tomorrow. As usual, the gallery notified me a couple of weeks ago, how much space I was allocated, and where that space would be. It is now up to me to decide how many paintings I should put in that space , and how to arrange that set within my wall space.
Of course the Gallery does have rules about the minimum amount of space they allow between paintings, and how close to the floor or ceiling one can hang art work, but that still leaves a lot of room for arrangements. I spent most of the day today trying different layouts out on my living room floor to see which paintings looked together by color and shape. After a testing out a dozen different arrangements, I have finally settled upon this one. It will allow me to hang at least eight of the ten paintings from the Sedona Series, and still have enough flexibility in sizes that if one sells, I won't have to rehang the entire wall just to replace it.