Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Show at 930 Art Center, Louisville

I am currently exhibiting a body of work at the 930 Art Center in Louisville entitled "A Sense of Place, Revisited." It will be on display from now until the end of May. There is an opening reception this coming Saturday from 10 AM–12 noon where we'll be discussing the topic of "landscape photography."

The show has 25 pieces, broken into four groupings. Some are color panoramic collages from out west (Tetons, Yellowstone, Badlands), another group has b&w panoramic photos from near Savannah, GA, another set are minimalist seascapes, and the last group are photos from my grandparents' old lake house in TN.

It's always a challenge to stage a show. The real planning typically has more to do with the theme or concept of the entire show – how all the pieces relate in a larger context. This was particularly challenging with the 930 because I have exhibited a variety of works there over the years in group shows. I wanted to show all new work, and that required a little bit of research into my archives. In the end, I'm pretty pleased with the show.

So if you have the opportunity, come join us on Saturday; if not, perhaps visit before May.

To find out more, click HERE.


Image above: Snake River (featured in the exhibit)

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