Category Archives: Secrets the Land Told Me

When Work Gets Returned

Last year I had an exhibit in the ArtXchange Gallery in Seattle. After the exhibition, they kept my work there in order to sell. What didn’t sell was recently returned. The boxed-up  prints are now leaning against the wall in my front hall until I unpack them.

It’s funny how the return of work after an exhibition comes with a certain feeling of deflation. Getting work back means that the show is over, people aren’t getting a chance to see in in person, time to look for the next show opportunity. Not to mention the fact that I have to find space to store it in until it goes out to the next venue. And I never seem to have enough space to store my artwork, no matter how many times I have purged my studio of work that I will no longer exhibit.

It’s much more fun to make the work and put it out there in the world than it is to get it back!

“Landscapes of the Mind” Exhibition Review

The December 2012 issue of AEQAI is out, and contains a review of the three-person exhibition “Landscapes of the Mind: Metaphor, Archetype and Symbol: 1971-2012” that I am part of at the YWCA Women’s Gallery in Cincinnati. Here’s a link to the review and here’s one of the photos mentioned in it:

Holiday Print Sale

I was recently invited by Fraction Magazine’s editor and publisher David Bram to participate in this year’s Holiday Print Sale. (A portfolio of my work appeared in Fraction Issue #16 a couple of years ago.)

If you are looking to gift someone with original photographic art for the holidays, there is plenty to choose from in this sale. This is the image that I am selling- one of my favorites from the “Secrets the Land Told Me” series: