As you might've noticed, I haven't been blogging much but that's because I've been busy prepping for my upcoming solo show, which I've simply entitled Inkscapes.
I definitely have to say that this second solo exhibition is coming along a lot easier than my first show, Visions of New York, which was fun to put together but was utterly exhausting. This time around I'm very fortunate to be able to work with some great people at Midoma. They're very committed to creating a platform for artists and their works.
Right now I'm ahead of schedule in terms of getting the actual Inkscape photographs printed and framed and I have to say that it's so nice to be able to bring them to life in print. The photografique paper really sets off the texture of the images to the point where it almost feels like you can reach out and touch them. The color also really pops and sometimes just being in the presence of that puts me in a good mood while I'm framing each piece.
As the date gets closer, the nerves are settling down and are being replaced with excitement. In the meantime, onward!
Inkscapes will be on display from April 28-May 27 at Midoma. The opening reception takes place on Thursday, April 30th from 6-8 pm.