Well, Henrique has succeeded in tearing down the "root" that wrapped its way around one of the support columns in the colum. It's been replace by a new coil that droops lower, and I agree, looks better. Best of all -- I got to have a turn drilling some of the support wood into place. So, I earned my first splinter and gained a new appreciation for how the wood is placed to create this understructure.
In addition, we are positioning the "paintings" by Sandile Zulu. I use the quotation marks because he works with fire, not paint. Tomorrow, we are considering moving "Old Bones, Old Genes" 6 inches to the left. We want to position a third work, "Large Colon(y) Brownprint" first to have a better visual of the overall harmony. Sandile will be checking the blog, too, so that he can let us know what he thinks of the placement.