My South Australia Living Artists exhibition, pæonia, prooved a great success. The opening night was splendid, and the images displayed at the new and smartly refurbished Atkins Technicolour laboratory looked every bit as luxurious as I'd hoped.
During the course of the exhibition, many people completed a five-question survey I'd left for viewers to complete. As part of that process, I offered a free unframed print of one of the images from the exhibition to a randomly selected participant.
Earlier today I collected the surveys and asked Managing Director of Atkins Technicolour, Paul Atkins, and his daughter Elizabeth (pictured), to randomly choose a survey from the collection box. The survey Elizabeth drew was Ms Dilys Brecknock's!
Congratulations Dilys! Your print will be ready to collect from Atkins Technicolour next Saturday.
Thank you all who attended pæonia, and who completed the surveys. I'd especially like to thank the wonderful people who admired my work so much as to take a print home with them!
Though I was in Papua New Guinea for a part of the duration of the exhibition (more about that soon). I was delighted with the response—thank you Adelaide, and thank you SALA!