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Friday, October 23, 2009

Rags to Riches II Exhibition Catalog

I am pleased to say that the Rags to Riches II exhibition catalog is finally finished! I am so relieved it is ready to go to print. There are a total of fifty-four items in the whole collection. Complete with the photos of us nine in the group, I managed to fit everything into six pages. It will be printed double sided, that is 3 pages per catalog. That will work out very nicely.

It's exactly a week tomorrow before the opening day, Saturday Oct. 31 at 3:00 PM. I only have to make name badges for the exhibitors and myself as a curator, and hopefully my job is done here on the computer. The setup day is on Friday before the opening. I have to go in this Saturday to check the last minute arrangements with gallery officer.



Here is the catalog to share with you. The exhibition is on for the whole of November, so please drop by anytime. You might notice that the logo I used on the catalog is the same as my blog banner. The reason was that I started this blog when we had our first exhibition and I didn't want to keep posting about handmade books on on my craft blog so, I created this blog using the same name.


Members of the group from top, Jocely Bloye, Jane Hammond, Ayako Hatta, Dennis Kishere and Le Tuan.


On this page are Peter Mathews, Natima Palaskas (me), Jane Rumbold and Kumi Suzuki.




Click on the catalog to enlarge the images so that you can read the small print. I wish you could be there in person and share our excitement, but if you can't, please enjoy the catalog and I would love to hear from you. Big thanks for your support and help in lots of ways. If you are visiting this blog for the first time, you can read more about the exhibition here.

4 comments:

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Hi Nat...wishing you all a very successful exhibition...I know how hard you have worked on this catalogue...Dzintra♥x

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I see that you have a member (and student) named Jocelyn too :-) I don't often find others with the same name. I am adding this blog to my sidebar on justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

good work on the catalogue Natima, I am looking forward to seeing everyones work. it looks like it will be a fabulous exhibition.

Lynda

Micki said...

Wishing you a the best at the exhibition. You deserve all the success in the world after all the hard work that you put in.
Micki