Wednesday, September 12, 2012

I am proud to announce that I now have work hanging in Lexington!
My pieces are installed in First Presbyterian Church, a stop on the September 21st Gallery Hop in downtown Lexington. I will be there from four until eight PM. Come by and say hello!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Get Real Or Go Home

Buying a new house has eaten my life for the last month or two.  I have been getting very little work done (although I have been out shooting three mornings this week), and the printer has put more ink into cleaning than on to paper.

But first the new home: six rural acres in Anderson county, up on a ridge.  Pond, fireplace, big porch and the real catch -- an eleven by eighteen studio thirty feet from the house with electricity, running water and plenty of outlets for computers, printers, framing tools... A dream come true!

The land is so beautiful that I can probably shoot for a month and never have to leave the property.

So will this make me a photographer for real now?  No, but it will remove a lot of the excuses I previously made for not working steadily.  I hope I am up to the task.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Saying Goodbye -- Saying Hello

Saying Goodbye...

And I had to say goodbye to Gallery 104 in La Grange.  Wonderful people, fun place to be, but I was not selling, and it was costing me to drive eighty miles round trip to work a couple of days a month.

When Solaris Gallery in Versailles decided to represent me, pieces and prints that sat unsold in La Grange started going out the door in Versailles,  so switching my stock t the new gallery was a no-brainer. 


I have also been accepted at the Kennydid Gallery of Photographic Art in Midway Kentucky, so my "area" seems to be moving away from Louisville and more towards Lexington.  I like this.  It's closer to home, and sales are up!  Win win for everybody!