As a photographer, this post will be almost all words.
Dual Vision came down a few weeks ago. It was a great opportunity for my partner, Deb Kmetz, and I to showcase work we made, curated, framed, and hung together. One photograph sold, but it was seen by all the people who passed through the Old Franklin Schoolhouse, in Metuchen, since January, and there were a lot! We tried to attend many of the public events and got some terrific feedback.
We were also part of two group exhibits organized by Charu Bakshi and her Earth Studios. We again sold work in those exhibits. We hope to be involved in more of those soon. We are also in an exhibit that was part of the Metuchen Art and Music Festival, the revised Junebug ArtFest, in the Rotunda Gallery at Metuchen Borough Hall. MetFest, as it became known, was a great success. I again organized the visual artists and made photographs during the 10 hours of the festival.
My work with models continues. I have updated many of my galleries on this site with current work. Deb and I will be doing some traveling soon including a trip to Maine Media Workshops where I will study portraiture with Joyce Tenneson, who juried the exhibit in South Carolina I was in back in November, while Deb attends one dealing with connection to place.
There is more to come, some photography wise and some personal. That will wait for another day!