10 Ways to beat post exhibition blues

Interlaced – 12×12 Oils on Canvas by Jennie Rosenbaum Something that I never knew when I started exhibiting was that it’s very common to have the post exhibition blues. in fact, almost every artist I have spoken to has had this issue. there is a let down after the huge event. you spend so much time focussing on it all, creating artworks, hanging, publicizing, it becomes a massive high capped off by the opening. then, suddenly, it’s over. and your life can seem.. empty, it can be crippling- my first exhibition had me lost for over a month in a deep depression. after that first experience I decided that this should be something that can be avoided and I’ve been actively working on it ever since. these are my tips for beating that post-exhibition depression.

Summer in the City Opening Recap

Observation – 12 x 12 Oils on Canvas by Jennie Rosenbaum wow what a fantastic night! thankyou to everyone who attended 🙂 as with the last exhibition I got so caught up that I forgot to take photographs and if I am the one on the other side of the camera I can guarantee I’m…

the sketchbook Library

Extension by Jennie Rosenbaum I’m currently working on an international project called the sketchbook project. it’s a really nifty idea and I’m pretty excited about it. The concept is that they send out a moleskine notebook to the artist with a theme and a due date. our job is to fill that notebook up with…

Customary nuisance

languish by Jennie Rosenbaum I thought once I shipped my works to the Italian exhibition all I would have to worry about was the exhibition itself and getting them back again. how foolish am I? first I de-stretch and package the works. I sent them off Express Courier International which is Australia Post’s best international…