Artomatic 2012 Recap

June 24, 2012  •  Leave a Comment


From May 18 through June 23, I exhibited 10 fine art prints of my images at Artomatic, a DC area arts festival. It was a wonderful experience. I had a lot of fun, met interesting artists and art lovers, and received a lot of great feedback. Thank you to everyone who purchased a print!

I still have a number of framed and unframed prints available for sale. If you're interested, send me an e-mail. I can arrange pickup or delivery of framed prints in the DC area or mail unframed prints outside the DC area. All photographs are printed at 13 x 19 inches using professional pigment inks on museum-grade cotton rag. The framed prints are signed and marked with the date the photo was shot.

Mossy river Rock Creek
Autumn at Dark Hollow Falls Falls Between The Trees
A touch of pink around a foggy memorial Cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin
Piggy Back Washington National Cathedral Presbytery and Sanctuary
 
On another note, during Artomatic, I noticed a poet named "Brash" who was placing poems next to certain pieces of art at various exhibits. I was pleased to discover that Brash wrote a poem inspired by one of my photographs: Washington National Cathedral Presbytery and Sanctuary.

How God's Eye Sees
To John Baggaley's Washington National Cathedral Presbytery 
This is how God's eye sees
In its omniscient perspective
All light bends by degrees
Into the reflective
Vortex of His optical infusion
To unspool the all-connective
Vision of inclusion. 
Brash, June 16, 2012
 

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