Two Worlds - Rocky Mountain National Park Nymph Lake I began this experiment during my artist residency at the Rocky Mountain National park as a new approach to explore the boundless facets of water. This opportunity allows the viewer to see the divide of what lies beneath the water's surface, what is seen above and … Continue reading Two Worlds – Rocky Mountain National Park
On March 1st I presented my first solo exhibit, "PORTRAITS OF THE GLADES," at the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center, the Everglades National Park in Florida. Unlike most galleries that have 4 white walls to easily hang one's photographs, this gallery was a unique space. With 5 fabric walls filled with closets, AV doors, fire … Continue reading DESIGNING A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
Solo Exhibition "PORTRAITS OF THE GLADES" Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center Gallery Everglades National Park, Florida March 1 - 30, 2014 Opening Reception - March 2, 2-4 pm •••••••• The Everglades is a test. If we pass, we may get to keep the planet.” Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Founder of the Florida Environmental Movement Author, ‘River … Continue reading Solo Exhibition – “PORTRAITS OF THE GLADES”
Oops, I Forgot One! And for me, it's a big one. I wanted to share one of my very favorite photographs that I created while during my artist residency at Acadia National Park this fall. My apologies, I really thought I had already posted it with the first my posting... but realized I had photographed … Continue reading AIR, Acadia National Park — One More Shot!
Back Home! Have returned back to New Jersey after a wonderful month in Acadia. But as usual with my residencies, a month never seems enough time to truly capture these magnificent locations... but hopefully I caught a glimmer. During my month stay... I learned a lot about the tides (as I had to return to … Continue reading Artist-in-Residence, Acadia National Park — Part 2
Greetings from Acadia! I have now been here 2 weeks of my 4 week stay.... got a late start due to the government shut down... but was thrilled I was able to make it. (Also, there was a small interruption last week to fly back to NYC for the Canon Project Imaginat10n Film Festival Premier). … Continue reading Artist-in-Residence, Acadia National Park — Part 1
INSPIRED! That is pretty much how I would describe the four weeks of my artist residency at the Vermont Studio Center during the month of November. And that is a great thing! It would be hard for me to describe the amazing energy that is felt when you are surrounded by 50 other artists; very … Continue reading Vermont Studio Center — Artist in Residence