With recent events going on, specifically the Russian invasion and war with Ukraine, I have been distracted and neglected to provide some self-promotion for an exhibition, All About the Light, that I am in. Currently on-going at SouthEast Center for Photography (SEC4P) in Greenville, S.C., which will close this weekend on Saturday, March 26th, 2022.
That is my print, Anthropogenic Crisis No. 103246 (Pathway Ahead), also detail below, in the center of the room. It looks impressive in this exhibition photograph if I say so myself and this print can be purchased now directly from SEC4P.
This print image is 22 x 16.5″ that is ‘floated’ on a 24 x 20″ sheet of Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, then flush mounted into the white wooden frame without glazing (e.g. glass) or a matte, similar to how I framed the Memory Pods prints in my solo exhibition last year. Added benefit to this framing process, no worries about having broken glass during shipping.
Although I was unable to attend the opening or the exhibition, my cousin Jean who lives in Greenville, provided a wonderful documentation of the event. Of course I did not know that this last weekend in Greenville my alma mater Michigan State was playing in March Madness, winning on Friday night but then losing to one of their arch basketball rivals, Duke, on Sunday. A quick trip to South Carolina could have been an interesting win-win-win-lose. LoL.
Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC): Developing a Creative Photo Book, a virtual (Zoom) workshop I will be leading on: May 14 & 15 – 21 & 22nd, 2022, from 1PM-4PM (Mountain Time). More details and sign-up available now at Colorado Photographic Arts Center.