Kelsey texted me to come to Grace Church and bring some art to hang. M and Ein came along to help. We looked through each others work and started placing our work against the walls to see what would look good where. The wall was such a dark brown that only certain pieces worked in the space.
We shifted and looked, shifted and looked and so on until we were satisfied of what piece we wanted where.
We pulled out the hammer and nails and just eyeballed it. We didn’t use a tape measure or a level…basically a big “hanging art no no.” Why didn’t we call Ephraim!
All of the work went well together in the end!
Kelsey was a lot of fun to hang art with. She was just really relaxed and open to many different options. It made things very easy.
Thanks to M for driving, carrying art, taking pictures, and general advice. Thanks to Ein for sniffing everything and being cute.
Nothing wrong with eye-balling! Especially when you’re only dealing with one-point hangers. It helps give it an organic feeling.
That’s a great insight – and you would know too! 🙂