Last week the gallery met for it's annual meeting to discuss big picture issues for which there isn't time during our monthly meetings. At the end, some of the members stayed to play "The Exquisite Corpse," a game stemming from the Dadaists where a piece of paper is folded into thirds, and a head, body and bottom of the drawing are all drawn by different people who can't see the other sections. There was no specific assignment other than that for the drawings, and the resulting composites are all unusual, interesting and unique - and quite good depictions of the nature of a cooperative gallery. Disparate, yet creating one group united in common purpose of operating a cooperative art and exhibition space while nurturing each person's artistic goals and vision. Loved it - really encapsulated our wonderful membership. And since I participated, I count them for part of my daily drawings!