I am honored to have three photographic prints selected for the 2020 Midwest Center for Photography Juried Exhibition. This marks the third consecutive year that I’ve participated in this fine art event. I’m especially happy that these are new works I’ve created within the past year. Gotta keep moving!
The exhibition is at the Center’s Wichita gallery and runs from March 6-27th.
This first image, The Other Side of the Tracks, was photographed in the light rail transit tunnel in downtown Seattle. The site is undergoing construction which has visually changed things.
This second image, Welcome To The Working Week, was produced for a group exhibition entitled Visual Music, in which the artist had to create artwork that reflected a song that one liked a lot. Mine was the initial cut from Elvis Costello's first album, My Aim Is True. The image captures the essence of commuters entering downtown Seattle from a busy ferry terminal.
Marina conveys the geometry and humanity of the boathouse community common to marinas in many places.
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