Well it’s been a couple of months since I last wrote here, busy yes, distracted definatly. The good distractions are the ones to speak of tonight. Since finding home in Norwich late July, I have been more focused on creating new work. It wasn’t really Norwich I found more it was a return of the muse within. Seeing the highlight. In August a trip to Brattleboro reintroduced me to a city that sparked my muse, that is abundent with creativity and smiling people. The mountains, the clean air, the forty something stops on the First Friday Gallery Walk. There has been a second trip, would have been a third except for a small fire upstairs [that was a bad distraction little damage lots of water and chaos for seven days] A show in Sept. at ArtSpace with Sculptor Joey Sage Jablonski of our two mediums and views of the figure as an artistic statement.
But tomorrow it is off to Brattleboro again for the opening of The In-Sight Photography Project annual Silent Auction and Exhibit. In-Sight is a great program for teaching kids about photography [film wet darkroom]and more. Check out their website I have a piece in the auction and a page on my site of the newest project of mine. The Brattleboro Portfolio. First there was “All the Usual Subjects” a limited editon book of my work in Willimantic Ct. Now there is Faces and Facades a Five year look at the rebirth of Norwich Ct. and its downtown. A small sample can be seen on my site. Now there is Brattleboro where I plan to visit shoot and be at least a part time resident. Heck it’s only 120 miles and gas is cheap. So I’ll be there for the opening and all day Sat. the 7th wandering and shooting, if you see me say hi or can I be in your book, or I know something you should see.
Well enough rambling for now please feel free to post here on my blog or email me. Looking forward to meeting, and visually communicating with you. enjoy pjc