Friday, January 18, 2013

Preparing for the Symphony

I have been asked to exhibit in the lobby of the Valley Vista Performing Arts Center for a production of the West Valley Symphony "Mozart and More" next Sunday.  Their will be several of the WHAM artists that are exhibiting before and after the symphony.  This show is for about 2-3 hours and will display 4-6 of my fine art images and they will be for sale to the patrons of symphony.

Butterfly on Yellow
It is very interesting about the process that is used to present these small art shows.  We did not have a lot of  time to prepare for this and I had to choose several of my art products that were ready to show.  They needed to be framed or otherwise "ready-to-hang" and I just had to prepare some name and price tags for this specific show.


Some of the pieces I am showing several of my more popular images.  The first two are art images that I have created on canvas with a narrow floater black frame.
Quarter Horse Visions


The rest of my images are traditional photographs that I have been showing for the past year.

These include a black and white image called Payson Moonrise:


The next image I am exhibiting is one of my popular Sedona Arizona photographs called "Courthouse Butte".

I will also be showing my newest large photograph titled "White Sands Sunrise":



If you want to see the exhibition you are welcome to attend.  The art show is free to attend, the symphony requires a ticket.  The show will be running on Sunday, January 20, 2013 from 2 PM to 4 PM.


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