Posts tagged: Wisconsin
It’s been an interesting last few weeks.
The main thing, though, was the opening of the Photomidwest festival’s “Of Midwest, By Midwest” show at the Overture Center. It’s a good feeling to see your working hanging in such a public and prestigious location. The exhibit was juried by Wally Mason and he gave a very nice talk introducing it at the reception.
That was exciting enough, but…
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As summer moved along and begins to wind down, I’ve been reviewing some things and generally reflecting on my practice. There have been many ups and downs lately, something that is not always easy to go through.
We had a lovely vacation to Rocky Mountain National Parkat the beginning of the month. As I expected, most of what I made there was of the simply scenic and vacationey type. Not…
It’s probably already two weeks ago, now, that I found out that I had two photos accepted into PhotoMidwest Fest 2014. This year, the theme of the show is “Of midwest, by midwest,” so it’s pretty clear that my work falls into the latter category. The juror is Wally Mason , curator of the Haggerty Museumat Marquette University in Milwaukee. I’d submitted four works, so to have two accepted…
Work is progressing, if slowly.
There’s been a broadening of my practice, of late. One aspect of that is the technique of layering. Usually, what I want is two photos that complement each other. Other times, it is the more typical process of using a texture layer, as here. It’s been clear to me for a while that the inclusion of layers adds layers of meaning if done effectively. I like to,…
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Surprisingly, this January is turning out to be somewhat active for me. Usually, being stuck…