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old friends, new friends

Today was the last day at the Art Fair, we had to say goodbye for another year to our fellow gallery friends, had last moments with our artist friends who we have not seen for a while and then spent the night from 6pm packing up.

Back now and unpacked.

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Me, myself and I

Another day at the Fair and today the jelly team were en masse, Charlotte was continuing her mural, two of us were manning the stand and two more delivering an art activity for the younger visitors making handmade books as part of The Big Draw Campaign in a project entitled *me, myself and I*

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Re-hanging the show

Charlotte is moving on with her mural.

We also rehung the show for the first day, including the work of Kate Lockhart (nee Hince), recently graduated from The Royal College of Art.

The work of Jon Lockhart:

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The first night of the fair

Last night was the first night which is always like a rollercoaster. We have run around and collected work, selected the first night hang, hung the work, stored the rest, labelled, cleaned, collated and then finally we glitter ourselves up and wait for the doors to open.

The anticipation of exposing the work to the viewers can leave a tummy turning butterfly moment and to overcome this we wander around looking at other works on other stands and feel inspired and feed our creative selves with more art and sometimes real cake. Charlotte Hardy  had a TV interview

Followed by Kirsten Jones who was looking fabulous in feathers

Last night was a night of old friends, making new friends, talking and laughing

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Charlotte Hardy

Charlotte was the very first artists to exhibit in the jelly when it opened in it’s 3rd home, the purpose built space at The Oracle. She had recently graduated (2 months earlier) from Manchester with a first class degree and she had sent a wonderful submission letter so the Director went to visit her, loved her work and thought it represented jelly perfectly with it’s joyousness.

Fast forward from 1999 to today and Charlotte is now artist in residence at the Affordable Art Fair 2008. She is creating a mural during the duration and she started today in the tranquility of the stands being built.

sketches for the mural, Charlotte Hardy

sketches for the mural, Charlotte Hardy

Here is Day 1

We will also be showing some of her work during the show

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