I’ve been neglectful in writing, being caught up in the drama of current events as well as the day to day minutia that fills so much of our lives. However it’s been a busy and fulfilling last few months. Here are a few highlights:
In early December, a selection of work from my Columbia River project was included in the group exhibit “Currents” at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, sponsored by the New Orleans Photo Alliance, as part of the annual PhotoNOLA festival of photography. The exhibit was curated by Kevin Miller, Curator of the Southeast Museum of Photography.
Also at the Ogden, my photograph “Cotton Gin, Helena Arkansas, 2000” has been included in the exhibit “A Place and Time, Part II” featuring selections from the permanent collection. I’m incredibly honored that curator Richard McCabe selected my work for this exhibit. Read more about the exhibit here and if you happen to be New Orleans, be sure to visit the Ogden. It’s a beautiful space with a first rate collection.
I’ve written before about the traveling exhibit “Speaking Volumes, Transforming Hate” which includes my “Timothy McVeigh” portrait and accompanying materials. The exhibit remains on tour Nationwide and is currently installed at the Ft Collins Museum of Art, in Ft Collins, Colorado. Here’s a nice review of the show: http://www.reporterherald.com/loveland-arts-entertainment/ci_30719622/artists-transform-hate-into-volumes-fort-collins-exhibit