Myfanwy and my colleagues from my space helped to decide the best order for the paintings. As when in person, and once their position was decided, it became clear that I needed to readdress their order. We decided on using the paintings that had a natural edge to them to be at either far side, as a kind of finishing point. The one placed in the middle was the image taken from a birds eye view thet had a central focus. Then the others fitted in depending on their colours and how they contrasted and matched.
I had to screw my battons into the wall so that my paintings could hang on them. I found most to be an easy install, however when trying to measure up the paintings against each other it was at times a real test of trial and error. As each painting had its batton piece screwed into it’s back, and because of their construction – each painting was individual to the other and consequently made it very difficult to get correct.
But with the help of Callum and others I was able to lay them out on the wall, equally spaced apart and at the right viewing hight.