One of the issues of having a show in the Governor’s Gallery is the security involved. Vermont, unlike many other states, is not too burdensome but to get to the Gallery you still have to check in on the first floor with a security guard and get a badge. That badge allows you access to the fifth floor where the Governor’s offices and the gallery are. The spaces are lovely and well-lighted and most of the area is wide open with a wonderful feel to it.
One wall of the gallery is not accessible except to people who work there but it is viewable by the general public through a glass partition. I’ve selected a group of six bold photographs, all simple graphics of green leaves for that wall. I think they’ll look great either through the glass wall or, for those who have access, directly on the wall. They also seem appropriate to a show in the “Green Mountain State,” as we are known.
Here is the “gathering of green” I’ll hang on that wall: