The 2015 Signature Artist Gallery is open and underway for our 36th season! Here's a snapshot of my corner of the gallery this year:
I'm also featuring a photobook of extreme macro photos - Creatures! As always the gallery features multiple forms of fine art -watercolors, pastels, jewelery, pottery, metal, turned wood, archetectual ornaments, fiber, and furniture. There are even a few swords and drinking horns. This years gallery is again located at 4602 West Main Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49006. For more about the gallery visit our website - signature-artist.com
I'm participating in a group exhibit by the Signature Artist Cooperative has a group exhibit at the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall, Suite 203 , Kalamazoo, MI 49007. August 28 - September 25, 2015. The opening reception is Friday, September 11, 2015 from 5 - 8 PM. If you are in Kalamazoo stop on by!
I’m happy to announce that one of my photos are in the 15th annual Maryland Federation of Art’s American Landscapes exhibition! This is the 5th American Landscapes I’m been privileged to participate in.
My accepted photo is a digital infared image titled Crooked Tree At Ferry Point:
The 2015 exhibition features 79 pieces from 78 artists from 30 states. This year's exhibition was jurored by John Morrell, Associate Professor of Painting and Chair of the Department of Art and Art History at Georgetown University.
The exhibit is at the MFA Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis Maryland from August 14 - September 13, 2015. More information about htis and other MFA exhbits acan be found at mdfedart.com.
I recently put together a new collection of 100 snowflake photos. The gallery ranges from some of the first photos I made (on film) in 1999 through photos made in early 2015. If you are interested in seeing more snowflake photos, follow this link:100 Snowflake Photos (or click the snowflake photo below). Enjoy!
When I visited the Allegan Forest on Tuesday, it was an overcast day with flat light. When I returned there this morning the tree was basking in a ray of direct sunlight - though filtered as the last bit of morning fog burned away. So here is a more luminous, less subdued take on the scene (click on the image for a larger file):