The last couple of weeks have been a buzz of activity at college, as we prepare for our Summer Exhibition 'Metamorphosis'. It's a culmination of the last 4 years of work studying Fine Art & Illustration. Yesterday, we hung most of our pieces and the catalogue went off to the printers. I had no idea just how labour intensive the organising of an exhibition is, nor how time consuming. Just sticking velcro on to the back of all my images took half the day. In the Illustration Department we have to print everything and then mount it onto foam board, since most of our work will be seen commercially in a printed format. As I've previously mentioned in an earlier post http://www.illustratorsimaginarium.co.uk/exhibition-postcards/ part of my exhibition will include a wall of postcard sized images which are mostly a collection of sketch book pieces, so I thought I'd show you some more of those. This is the only wall I have yet to hang now and will probably take the most consideration as I have to decide how to arrange them. Just over 2 weeks to go now until our opening night and our assessment is next Thursday and yet, I'm feeling strangely relaxed about the whole thing.