It's a Raggy Waltz We Dance is the title of my second art exhibit at Pandemonium Cafe. The owner of the cafe, the lovely Leisa, kindly offered me a second exhibit immediately following the first one I had there. Leisa rocks! Pandemonium Cafe rocks! My very good friend who helped me set up my paintings yesterday rocks! YOU! Oh yes YOU reading this here little blog rock! Everything is rockin' and I'm getting motion sickness so I better go have a lie down...
Here's a photo of one of the 12 paintings currently exhibited called "A helmet would only mess up my hair"
The photo was taken just prior to heading over to Pandos & scooter boy decided to rudely park himself in front of my head for the shot. Cheeky little monkey! I guess he figured there wasn't room enough for two big heads in the photo...
Pandemonium Cafe - 215 Given Terrace, Paddington, Brisbane
It's a Raggy Waltz We Dance exhibit 19th April until 14th June
I now end this shameless self-promotional post with something of far greater importance.
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