It has been some time since I have made an entry to this blog. I have had many ideas and many things to share. Somehow the tragedy I experienced in the August was more on my mind than I wanted to admit. Finding a “comfortable” place for my heart and soul has taken some time as I rethink and hopefully work to expand my outlook – a trip to the Adirondack’s in September was the beginning.
A vacation with my husband and four very good friends at St John’s in the Virgin Islands has done wonders for trying my hand at a different type of photography. I hope that you will see my vision and soul in the beauty of the earth that I experienced there.
You are invited to an exhibition of new work.
Friday March 25, 2011 5pm to 8pm Troy Night Out.
Artcentric 274 River Street, Troy, New York
for more information call 518-272-4278
I have 11 photographs from the magic and majesty of the island; two from an October 2010 trip to Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, PA; and one from the Adirondack’s in September of 2010.
If you can’t make the opening, Artcentric is open Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11am to 6pm; Saturday 10 am to 5pm; Sunday 12 noon to 4pm or by appointment.
I do hope to see many of you there this Friday.
Look forward to seeing your new work Friday!
the father of good friends of ours worked for many years at the Eastern State Penitentiary. When he started there circa 1930’s, the pay was such that he had to turn down an offer to play minor league baseball for the Phillies.