The opening of my new show at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library earlier this week was a delight. The show will be up through the end of February for those who are nearby. About three dozen friends helped me celebrate and also gave me some great feedback, especially about the new triptychs and the activity I created for the Children’s Room. Here are views of the triptychs:
I continue to hear wonderful comments as well about the small show, Rocks of Nunavut, hanging at the Savoy Theater into mid-February. I have two more shows planned for this wonderful little space in February, March and April.
I also have several other shows coming up:
• My good friend and “photo pal” Rob and I are creating a “preview of coming Spring attractions” show for the front window of the Drawing Board (22 Main Street), Montpelier. We’ll feature some of our printed work, beautifully framed by the good folks at the Drawing Board, as well as a rolling slide show on a large monitor—which will be great fun to see in the still-dark evenings of late Winter. Look for that show from February 21st to March 20th.
• I’ll hang a show at Local 64 (5 State Street, Montpelier) for the month of March with a talk about the work sometime early in the month, date to be determined.
• I’m honored to be one of four artists whose work has been selected to hang work in a rotating show in the Governor’s Gallery this year. My work will be up for the summer (July/August/September) but a reception is being held for all four of us February 26th (4-6, Cedar Creek Reception Room, 2nd floor of the Vermont State House). Do join me is you are able!
The past year has been an oh-so-satisfying feast of sharing my work in a dozen shows, small and large, and I’m very excited about more in the year to come. I now worry much less about each show—I have thousands and thousands of fine photographs I’d love to share—and enjoy each one more, both the process of mounting the show and, especially, the people who come to see it. Many thanks for your continued interest and support.
John–wonderful display. I especially like the triptychs. I’m looking forward to seeing photos from your trip. Enjoy Botswana. Lani
Thanks Lani. You know I will enjoy it!