At Silvermine Art Center with my Sycamore Shadow Parts triptych--three photos of reflections of a particular Sycamore tree that leans over the Sparkill Creek. A blend of my water and car reflections! Photo by Robert Sachs.
I have a triptych in the show.
I had such a great time at the opening! So many friends showed up. Especially pleased my son Jackson could be there.
I really enjoyed learning more about my fellow new members at the Silvermine Artists Talk. So fascinating to hear about the process and thinking behind the work and hear everybody's questions. Sometimes it takes you in some strange directions!
There was a terrific turnout for this opening at Blue Door despite the extremely cold weather. The Yonkers art scene rocks!
So delighted to be in this prestigious CPW show! It's up through January 21, 2018. Photo by Hannah Frieser.
I had a wonderful time at yesterday's opening of my "Rockland Reverso" show at RoCA. It was beautifully curated and hung by Barbara Galazzo and Daly Flanagan. Their decision to paint the walls a pale blue-grey set off my photos so well. So many old friends dropped by. I really enjoyed myself!
I'm proud to be a winner of the 2017 Julia Margaret Cameron award for cell phone photography, single image. Here's my winning image: Construction Cut-out, Chelsea, NYC
I am so honored to receive the "Martha Rivers Ingram Excellence in the Arts Award 2017"! She is such a noted philanthropist in the arts, I could hardly believe my eyes when the notice came. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_Rivers_Ingram
Gearing up for my "Rockland Reverso" show of my water reflections at RoCA with an opening reception this Sunday, Sept. 10, 1:00-4:00pm. So honored to be given one of the galleries there.
A great turnout for the opening of this exhibit at Van Der Plas Gallery on the Lower East Side. http://vanderplasgallery.com/. Met a bunch of new folks. Adrian and his team worked hard throughout. It was so interesting to observe people looking at my photo of the tree mural reflection on a blue car. None of them realized it was a photograph until I told them. A reaction I frequently get about my work.
I enjoyed getting to know my fellow photographers, curator Nina Skowronski and gallerist Phyllis Dodge during our preparations for this show celebrating a selection of local artists. Spencer Tunick,http://www.spencertunick.com/ photographer of crowds of nudes, did a fascinating presentation of his work before the opening. What a director!
A selection of what I showed -- more iPhone photos. Having so much fun creating them for Instagram and Facebook!