Sunday, January 6, 2008

Unstretched to Stretched: Unframed to Framed

The painting is put up right for the first time.



The painting is lowered on to a stretched and pulled taut.



A frame is put on the final painting and again returned to a vertical position.



11 comments:

David Berner said...

WOW!

YOU SEE...SIZE IS STILL IMPORTANT!

elin said...

YES INDEED!
WOW

SPEAKING OF SIZE ..... HOW WILL THIS GET TO CALGARY WHEN THERE ARE NO BARDGES SAILING ACROSS THE ROCKIES.

GREAT WORK!

Scott Plear in London said...

You might even wonder how I get it out the door. You'll see on my next report!

steve l said...

actually I was going to ask you that! can't wait to see how it's done!

Elta said...

breathtaking..to say the least...ensure that o2 units are available...

Elta said...

breathtaking in the full sense of the word...!

Anonymous said...

It really is quite impressive and I am sure that it is even more so when seen in person and not on a computer.

D & V said...

Sorry. Did not mean to post the note as anonymous.

Anonymous said...

A stunning piece of work, Scott! Such energy! Such a presence! Well done!

Penny-Anne

Anonymous said...

It took my breath away when I saw it in the studio - can't wait to see it "up" in Calgary!
Now we're proud owners of our very own "Plear" we have a quasi-proprietary interest...
Go Scott Go!

Lot

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