Postcard from New Mexico: work in progress…

23 04 2008

The Gang just received a postcard, chock-a-block with pure delight, from darling Tim Horn in New Mexico. What a treat! He’s six weeks out from his show at the de Young in San Francisco and sent across these seriously-to-die-for-work-in-progress snaps…

That fabulous carriage is about to be encrusted with sugar. Be still my beating heart.

  

The above piece of absolute-wall-gorgeousness is already fait accompli, and there’s a chandelier underway.

[Chandeliers again – we might have to start a file…  n(Ed)]

All too divine for words. We’re looking forward to the snaps of the show, finished and installed…

Meanwhile Tim and Art have another work-in-progress; the adorable Chima (below), an abandoned puppy who turned up hungry and emaciated on their doorstep recently. Two months on and she’s now a cuddly bundle of (puppy destructo) love. [And, oh, we know only too well how that works, Timmy. Security-trainee Lola just this week chewed great chunks out of the front-hall persian runner. We’re still besotted with her, but we’re counting off the remaining danger period with gritted teeth… another year to go wethinks!!!]

                          

Post script: One of Tim’s Jellyfush (for the benefit of our New Zealand readers) was installed at the NGA this week. We’ll try to organise a snap. But for those of you who are fortunate enough to be in the vicinity of Canberra, get along and check it out – up close and personal – while you can…(it’ll be up for around three months Pa reckons.)

 


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23 04 2008
Blanche Tilden

That Honk boy is the cleverest!
xxx bt

23 04 2008
glasscentralcanberra

Jacque reckons she can see Elton languishing in that coach. Hope his arts adviser catches the show…

4 05 2008
feel a monument coming on?

[…] Want to go deeper? In addition to the exhibition at CAC curated by Charles Merewether (past director of the Biennale of Sydney), there is another show at Sherman, and a new book by CM himself. Listen to CM and AW on Artworks, with Amanda Smith. For more chandeliers, of a different kind, go here. […]

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