What a rainy day! I drove over today to help hang my Rockscapes exhibit at the 4 Ravens Gallery which I’m happy to report is warm and dry inside, not to mention one of the nicest galleries I’ve exhibited in. The reception is tomorrow (Friday, June 1) from 5 to 8 p.m. Stop by if you’re in the area!
Month: May 2018
It is amazing what random memories a particular photograph can evoke. I was barely 10 years old when the first Telstar satellite was launched in 1962. What does that have to do with an old teepee burner in Lincoln, MT? Not much except in the head of an fan of NASA and space exploration from the very beginning.
This is part of a larger three-part sculpture piece by Denmark artist Jorn Ronnau at the Blackfoot Pathways Sculpture in the Wild International Sculpture Park. The park is an interesting stop, something that will likely someday eclipse Lincoln’s other claim to fame–the former residence of the infamous Unibomber Ted Kaczynski.
An image of mine taken on the Oregon coast some years ago appears in the current issue of The Sun magazine as the intro photo for an article titled “The Feminist Club. This is one of my favorite images of people in my collection. Although I like the black and white image a lot, I like the color version shown below better. I call this image The Undiscovered Country.