Well as I have said before in previous posts, there are quiet weeks, busy weeks, disappointing weeks, successful weeks, weeks I can't even remember and some weeks where you get a little bit of everything!
I think this week was one of small triumphs. My work was accepted into an Art Fair which is being held in Chelsea (the one in London, that of the Pensioners and famous barracks)
The manager of the art fair emailed me to say that he had seen my work and would like to know if I was interested in participating. Abso-bloody-lutely!!! So, I am now very focused on finishing my current piece (see post below!) so that I can include it with a few other recent pieces. I shan't reveal all now but will of course be including here closer to the time. It's in February, very helpfully it's actually at the end of the half term week so I will be off work to take my work to Chelsea to put it up.
Now fate would have it that it is also the weekend that one of my best friends gets married. This particular fair has invigilators as a constant presence so the artists themselves don't have to be present for the whole weekend. Good, but I was talking to my partner about the best way to include my contact details for those that are interested in my work. They can obviously speak to the staff there but I felt like I wanted something a bit more immediate and fun than that. Of course I have business cards which I shall leave out but then we came up with the idea of a QR code.
I could put several of these on the display with my work so than rather than just a link on my business card those with smart phones could scan the code and be taken straight through to my website...genius!!
With great ease I found a website that enabled me to make my own code FOR FREE!!! I downloaded it and when I tried it and it worked I was way more excited than perhaps I should have been. And here it is.....
If you've tried scanning it and it has worked it should take you straight through to my website, yay! Okay so some of you might be reading this thinking, "erm...yeah? Those have been out for ages!" Yes they have but hey I'm always a little late to the party with this kind of stuff. Anyway, who cares it's bloody brilliant!
Charles Saatchi - as I'll be just round the corner to you if you fancy popping in to look at my work then please feel free, and use the code - I bet you're a bloke that appreciates a QR code?!
There you have it, globally speaking a week of small triumphs, but I'll take them where I can get them. Success is success right? I'll take that!