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Last Friday, the reception for The Color and Magic of Nature at PhotoCentral went even better than I had hoped, which, given the inclement weather, was really gratifying.
Geir and John and the rest of the folks at PC did a masterful job at curating and hanging the show, I still plan to spend more time studying the selection and arrangement of works, because it's really cohesive -- something that was no doubt a difficult task with artists whose styles are as different as Oliver's, Charlie's, and my own.
Sales were also better than I expected, with a run on my Petrified Wood Abstract images. As each image in that series is intended to be a limited edition of a single piece, this means that the series is nearly sold out--as of the end of Friday evening there were only two pieces there, plus one at my home, left available in the currently extant designs in the series, and save for one new piece already spoken for, I have no plans to add to the series soon. This is a remarkable result.
I was also delighted by the response to the first showing of a print of Goðafoss in Winter, in part because it was a challenging print to bring to life. At least once I considered abandoning the image not because it wasn't a great composition with interesting features, but because of the difficulty of really nailing the proper tonal relationships the print demanded. Apparently I managed it. :)
In any case, if you're in the SF Bay Area, this show features nearly 40 pieces of my work, including a wide variety of my classic works remastered as well as a goodly selection of new work, and this will be almost certainly one of the best ways to get an introduction to my work available in the next few years. The show is up through March 8, and I highly recommend you see it if you have any interest in my work whatsoever.
Interested in seeing the exhibit when I'm on-site? Here's some opportunities!
Sunday, 1/29, 4 pm (informal, post-Sunday photo group)
Saturday, 2/4, 1 pm (probably with other artists there too)
Thursday 2/23, 7 pm (probably with other artists there too)
Sunday, 2/26, 4 pm (tentative and informal, please let me know if you'd like to attend this day)
Thursday 3/8, 7 pm (probably with other artists there too)
Mike Spinak and I have started filming a series of video tips, techniques and gear reviews. Our first efforts are interesting but still a bit technicallly crude, but I hope you will take a look, bear with us, and give us your comments, questions, and feedback. Thanks!
...and they look great! This year's cover image is "Myvatn Winter Sunset", from a January sunset in the north of Iceland.