Looking back since making the decision to hold my upcoming Lake Eyre Exhibition there’s been a host of hurdles to overcome…but probably the biggest has been transporting all 16 prints and frames from Adelaide, 500 kilometres to Parachilna where the exhibition opens this Saturday night.
It took about fours hours to pack them in my vehicle (fresh from the muddy dilema in the previous post)) and twice as long as that to transport them yesterday.
However they all arrived in one piece.
Hanging the exhibition at the Prairie Hotel starts Friday.
All accommodation for opening night has been filled with people coming from as far afield as Adelaide and even Sydney.
Above is one of the images from the exhibition. It is quite a large print, around size A1 – lots of detail and texture in the landscape which unfortunately is lost in the smaller offering that is posted here.
There has been so much attention on the flooding of the lake over the last couple of years it seems that waiting until the end of the rush might prove to be a good way of redefining the beauty of this amazing place.