The photos are hung in the gallery with care.
The show’s Opening Reception is 12:30 Sunday. Hope to see you there. That’s it for the rhyme.
I know many of you are far away but send good thoughts. I am grateful to all my supportive friends and family who cheer me on.
Know many have teaching, work & family obligations or will be too far to come but am looking forward to seeing those who are able to make it!
Groundhog Phil needs to make sure there’s no snow or ice.Thanks to everyone who helped make the show possible-
Linda K. who nominated my work to the Art Committee (a good knitting friend)
Tom U. @ pixel.river images- Your archival pigment on the rag paper make the photos stellar
Thanks to Steve who helped load the car before school and drove to Millvale Wednesday to take the photos I tried to switch out in frames. HA!
Charlotte T. the coordinator and the entire Art Committee at the First Unitarian Church. (At the risk of spelling anyone’s name incorrectly I will thank the committee)
My neighbor Joaquin with the eye, thanks for showing me how to use a tape measure properly and for helping me select the groupings.
That’s what he told me. And he’s been in business for 25 years! I went over to Panza Gallery in Millvale and owner/artist Mark Panza was busy busy busy. He really didn’t need me there Thursday afternoon but he was gracious. Kept on working. I broke his concentration at first by showing up and wanting to shoot him for the People at Work Series, even though we had talked about it on the phone, when it is actually happening it might not be so convenient.
Let me tell you I have a new understanding of why custom frames are not inexpensive. Lots of steps and precision, measure, measure, measure. Concentration, strength, math, craftsmanship. Thanks Mark for allowing me to capture you working. And remember he’s open Wed-Friday 10-5 and Sat 10-3.