I am pleased to tell my readers that I will be showing Recent Work at the Garner Center for Photographic Art at New England School of Photography's (NESOP) new location in Waltham, MA from January 8- February 9, 2018.
I thank the school for inviting me.
The opening reception will be Tuesday, January 16 from 6-7:30 pm and I will give a gallery talk Friday, January 19 at 1:30. The public is invited to both.
What am I showing? Those that read this blog and have seen my work know that I am a prolific artist, working daily. This show gives me a chance to highlight new photographs that haven't been shown, or shown only to a limited audience. For instance, last summer I taught in Iceland and had a week after class was over to drive the Ring Road and make landscape photographs:
and in the fall of 2015 I made aerial photographs of Great Salt Lake outside of Salt Lake City in Utah:
and, in the summer of 2014 I paddled my kayak down the Connecticut River in western Mass for several hours. I came across a small stream feeding into the river. I put in there and walked up the dry stream bed for a couple of miles with a camera in hand:
Have you ever wondered what your work would look like printed large? Well, here's your chance. Although I'll only show 12 or so prints, they will be quite large: framed 46 x 34 inches. There are some unique circumstances to making big prints. I will address these issues in my gallery talk 1/19.
NESOP is located 274 Moody Street, Waltham. Call: 617-437-1868 for more information.
See you there!