Monday, September 06, 2010

Korea-Day 3 Hotel Studio, Hanjii and Dinner

Judy in studio in Wonju hotel room
We met several IAPMA members, from Scotland, Germany and Switzerland during breakfast. Then we set up a studio in my hotel room, complete with a dropcloth. Wendy thinks of everything! I was the art slave for Wendy and Judy's work as we tied, cheese clothed, and encausticated apple tree branches into pods to install at the Hanjii Theme Park for the outdoor exhibition. The branches are imported from Judy's husband Joe's orchard in Santa Cruz.
There was a lot of discussion by the IAPMA folks who thought it best to install on Wednesday morning, after the threat of the typhoon has passed. Fingers and toes crossed.

For a blow by blow slide show of this, click here. It took about three hours. We were met by several IAPMA people who drove us to the Hanjii theme park for meetings. We viewed the Paper Road Exhibition. Some really terrific work from the members of IAPMA.
Then outside to select the area for installation. Justine, our wonderful helper and translator points out the possible sites.  She then took us on a lovely walk into the town for an amazing bizillion course meal.
 This is Justine and her friend who owns the restaurant. We couldn't have had a more wonderful, creative, productive and heartfelt day.

1 comment:

Suze Weinberg said...

following your EVERY guys are hysterical....wish I was with's gorgeous fall-like here in down on convertible day...and Happy New Year whether you observe or not...
Luv and miss all of you.