Thanks to Liz Nelson for all the assistance and for the invite. Hope to see you there this evening and, if not, that you’ll take the short detour out and give it a visit.
Just a reminder that beginning Monday, June 27, I will have over a dozen works on display at Parker Pie Co. in West Glover, Vermont. I’m really looking forward to this first showing, and I hope many people will get a chance to visit, enjoy the work and also partake in some of the best food and craft beer in Vermont. All the prints on display are available for sale with delivery after the showing wraps up; however, if anyone is interested in getting one of the prints before the show is over, I’ll be glad to have another framed and matted print made and delivered.
I’ve created a Facebook event for an informal opening night gathering from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, June 27. I’d love to see lots of people come out for a fun time. I’ll be there probably beginning at 3 or 4 p.m., just relaxing and hanging out, so you’re welcome to come any time. Also, I set the end point for 7 p.m. because The Pie does its Trivia Night Monday, so I’m hoping many people will stay and play =)
However, if you can’t make it Monday, the work will remain on display through August 1, so there’s lots of chance to stop in and check it out.
Thanks to everyone for the support, I hope to see you there!
Beginning June 27 and continuing through August 1, I will have 14 pieces on display at Parker Pie in West Glover, Vermont. Parker Pie is an amazing place—restaurant, craft beer haven, art hub, music venue and more. It’s a local and regional shining star.
A few snaps of the pieces on display:
The gift of shipping.
Wrapped for safe-keeping.
The black and white pieces.
The really big one.
Three Doors and the Truth.
There’s an event listing on Facebook here: Art Show at Parker Pie
If you can make it out, I’d love to see you. Tentatively, I’m planning on doing an informal opening party on June 27th beginning at 5 p.m. As details develop, I’ll update both here and at the Facebook event page.
One of the areas of photography that has always drawn my attention is panoramic images. I love to look at them, and I love even more to create them. There’s something particularly amazing about creating an image that more fully expresses the scale and scope of a vista or view than a traditional photograph. This history of panoramic photography is pretty cool stuff, but these days, in the digital darkroom, the opportunities are wide open.
In that spirit, I’ve finally put together a gallery with some of my favorites from various places, although most notable are my Lake Memphremagog images, because we live right here. The link below will whisk you away to my gallery:
All images are available as prints in lots of sizes. As with most panoramic photos, the bigger the better, of course!
I’d love to hear your thoughts, what you’d like to see and whatever strikes your fancy about panoramic photos.
Thanks and best,