TV Interview | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Scenes | Spectrum Miami 2016 : The Artbox.Projects, Booth No.211

TV Interview | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

TV Interview | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Hi,
I hope everyone enjoyed Spectrum Miami 2016. If you would like to be a part of Miami Art Week next year, the date has been set: December 6-10, 2017. I completely missed a few updates The Artbox.Projects Staff posted on Facebook. To give you an idea of the space a bit better, I’ve nabbed a few more photos…

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

This is a good crowd. The vertical screen reminds me of a cellphone. I believe those white stands are where viewers can look up an artist or artwork. Coolness… 🙂

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

If my art piece had eyes, this is what it would see. Booth No.211 from a unique perspective…

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

I think this was a great idea. Because the art pieces were on-screen, people could sit down and relax while viewing the work…

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

I continued my search on Instagram using #SpectrumMiami and found an image from fellow artist, Beate Prahl. Her art pieces were hung on the outside of Booth No.211. Very NiCe…

Banner Day | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Banner Day | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

A list of sponsors. There were so many things going on. When I see my work on the banner, all I can think of is how can I make future projects better and how blessed I am to be selected.

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Booth No.211 | The Artbox.Projects : Spectrum Miami 2016

Although this photo was taken at the beginning, it also seems like a good ending. Time to take down all of the artwork, pack up, and head back across the ocean to Switzerland. What a journey.

As mentioned before, instead of my artwork being shipped back to me, as originally agreed, “Rest” was purchased by a Staff member of the Gallery. I’d love to see where it’s hung.

Since I’m under the weather today, I have not completed some of the tasks I began yesterday. In line with getting a new domain name (byecj.com), there are more improvements that need to be made to present my work more professionally.

Yet, I have to get some rest and recover before I get back into the full swing of English teaching on Monday. New challenges ahead…

Take care.
Eric Christopher Jackson

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