Thursday, June 14, 2007

Sausalito Art Walk

Last night I participated in Sausalito Art Walk – a monthly event celebrating the arts with live music in the streets, and galleries and businesses staying open late. Prints from Evocations and Sanctuary were on display at Sausalito Picture Framing at 310 Caledonia Street, and they will be up all month until July 9. Bob Woodrum just opened Sausalito Picture Framing a few months ago, and he did a great job on all my framing for the Bolinas Museum show. It is a pleasure to have my work displayed in his very professional shop with crisp white walls and great lighting. I also love that my work is in the company of all of his molding samples since I am such a frame junkee (as witnessed in my series Mapping the Body).

I took this photo above through the front window. It seemed fitting somehow to photograph a piece from Evocations through the distortion of the glass storefront window as it mimics the distortion already happening in the photograph, which was shot through a glass bottle. In the background you can see additional pieces from the series that are more clearly displayed in the photo below.

2 comments:

Joshua Goldstein said...

Thanks for participating in our event, it was a pleasure to have you out.

I hope to see you out in the future and have a chance to meet you personally.

I would like to add you to our artist pool and offer a link to your web site as well

Regards,

Joshua Goldstein, Sausalito Art Commissioner
www.artwalksausalito.org

Anonymous said...

Thanks for participating in our event, it was a pleasure to have you out.

I hope to see you out in the future and have a chance to meet you personally.

I would like to add you to our artist pool and offer a link to your web site as well

Regards,

Joshua Goldstein, Sausalito Art Commissioner
www.artwalksausalito.org