August 16, 2008


Recently I did a job in one of Melbourne's finest suburbs for a lady whom I will call, for the sake of this story, June. Moving from a very large family home into a very large (but smaller) apartment inevitably means a re-assessment of what to keep and what not to. But June's much loved art collection was never going to be high up on her down-sizing priority list. 

Consequently, when I was called in it was a case of too many pictures and not nearly enough walls to hang them on. So after carefully populating every available apartment wall with her very favourite paintings, etchings and engravings, we then set about hanging more pictures in her entrance foyer. Now technically this was a public access area, but this tenacious lady had managed to get Body Corporate approval. We even continued hanging down into the stairwell until at last it seemed like we were done. But then June discovered, in an unopened box, a stunning set of framed antique Chinese woodblocks prints. They had to be hu...

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