Getting Back in the Swing of Things

Greetings and Happy New Year to all,

The last few months have been very hectic. Since I returned from North Dakota I’ve been largely focused on activities in support of the Berkeley Arts Council. After a quiet and relaxing couple of weeks over the Holidays, I am getting back into the swing of things.

Eastern Panhandle Photography Project Exhibit

I will have two prints in a group exhibit at the Old Firehouse Gallery in Charles Town as part of The Eastern Panhandle Photography Project. There will be an opening reception at the Old Firehouse Gallery at 108 North George Street in Charles Town, Friday January 14 from 5 to 8pm. Stop by for some light refreshments and to see the photos from the project. The exhibit will run through January 31. The photographs result from a three-month workshop conceived and led by Jefferson County photographer Frank Robbins. The project team also included Carl Schultz, Mary LeMont, Nancy McKeithen, and Curt Mason.

Historic Buildings and Structures Juried Exhibition

My panoramic image of the Martinsburg Roundhouse was accepted to the Historic Buildings and Structures Juried Exhibition, which is one of a series of juried exhibits sponsored by the West Virginia Division of Culture and History.

The exhibit will be presented in the Commissioner’s Gallery at the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston. The opening reception for the exhibit is January 24.

West Virginia Art and Craft Guild Competition

In November, I was pleased to have three images selected for the West Virginia Art and Craft Guild’s 8th biennial Guild Competition. My print of “View from the Court” was awarded Honorable Mention by the jurors.

The exhibit was on view at the Parkersburg Art Center through December 29 and will travel to the Wheeling Artisan Center where it will be on display from January 15 – February 26 and then the Beckley Art Center from March 12 – April 30.

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~ by Rsmith on January 5, 2011.

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