hanging the exhibition at #snice #soho


tis strange and surreal to be back Here (where we lived for 7 years if you’ve just joined us – and Welcome if you have *winninglooktocamera*)

and rather Glorious, of course.






we had a coffee and a bagel at the counter of a 1929 coffee shop on Fifth and it all felt very teamgloria if you know what we mean – OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

and then we met up with the lovely Jonathan (yes, from one stop nyc) who helped us Hang The Exhibition!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

the landscapes (from L – R = Paris, Manhattan, Hong Kong, Taiwan) are on the large wall on the right as you walk into ‘sNice on Sullivan Street (in, SoHo, we are Enormously Grateful that we got to have a Show in SoHo, darlings)OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

greg and jim are on the inside right of the front (french) doors. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

brooklyn is above the water cooler.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

nick is centre (drew is to the left but someone was standing there and we couldn’t quite ask them to move as they were Admiring the photograph) and Stacy & Zack are to the Right on the Left wall (if that’s not Too Confusing). OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Jorden is above the sweetners. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAand Portugal is to the right of Taiwan (not in RL, just in our show – the Taiwan image has a lot of orange in it so we were trying to blend the colo(u)rs/shades/hues in some sort of Artistic Way).

and then we had Lunch with our Literary Agent at a very chic eatery and felt Quite Overwhelmed – by jet lag, by the exhibition opportunity, by being Back Here, staying with lovely friends and generally Life.

in a very good way, of course.

15 thoughts on “hanging the exhibition at #snice #soho

  1. Eisenberg’s?!? Really? Of all of the joints in NYC, you picked one of my very, very, very favorites? Isn’t that fun. (for the record my order is their amazing egg salad sandwich with bacon and yes, extra mayo on the side with a cream soda. Wow how I love NYC.)

    And how do, everything and everyone looks positively gorgeous.

    1. we May just have to go back tomorrow in your hono(u)r.

      btw, love the 1950s illustration on the wall that says “Phil, your Hawaiian Steward” obviously from some cruise years ago – that denotes the station that Phil, the short order cook – from hawaii – works in.

      we sat there. of course.

  2. It looks GLORIOUS, young lady!
    Very good and well done- you should be very proud. :)

    Enjoy your time in the old stomping grounds, and as I always do when someone visits NYC, I request that you enjoy a knish from a street cart for me. I suspect you know where all the good ones are. ;)


    1. *blush* thank you for the kind words.

      although we have to say dear michael that we tried a knish once and we’re Just Too English to enjoy it.

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