I am posting this entry from the passenger's seat of the Camry as we roll down 95 from the big apple. It's been a fun four days of art in NY.
The RCF show was a huge success to include the sale of one artist's sculpture and the receipt of a generous donation to the Foundation!
Natasha and I had a great time on the streets of the concrete jungle. We checked out the International Center for Photography and even saw The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center!
This was a breaking-out weekend for me, photographically speaking, in the sense that I finally took a few portraits. I'll post the results in a day or so.
As for now, I'm just going to suffer through this low I'm in after being high on artography for the past four days.
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Merry Christmas! It's 3:50am on Christmas morning and I am not tucked into bed. Consequently there aren't any visions of sugar plums dancing in my head. I'm quite lucid.
There's just so much going on these days that I'm excited about. I'm eager to watch Natasha open her gifts but I'm also excited about the RCF's retrospective show in NYC. We'll be off to Manhattan to enjoy the fruits of a year's labor/preparation. Going, to NYC, in general is always excites me. I've polished up my lenses and am stoked to take my 19-35mm with me on this trip.
I think this blog post has helped calm my racing mind. I'm headed back to bed. I'll leave you with this random photo taken a few weeks ago in an old rubber factory.
Hope you all made the Good list,