Why is it so hard to title my work? I have a piece in this show “Limit/Limitless” at the Edward Williams Gallery at Fairleigh Dickenson University. I really like this photo and when I took it, this time last year, I was on a morning walk on the beach in Georgia. Every morning people get up early and collect the shells the ocean has gifted overnight. This morning the fog was intense and the people were barely visible through it. I called it “The Shell Collectors” originally, but when I submitted it to the show “Limit/Limitless” I called it “The Fog”…. why, why, why? I loved the “The Shell Collectors”, one of the few titles I actually do like. True to form, my latest submission is called Botanical 1, 2, 3 and 4. Really!
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I belong to an artist cooperative gallery which gives me the opportunity to be a part of a two or three person show every year, as well as many group shows. This summer I am showing my work with Don Sichler. The show runs from from August 18th to September 16th . The show is titled “Unseen” based on the notion that images are not always what they appear to be at first glance.
The gallery is only open a few days a week (Thursday and Friday, 4-7 pm and Saturday, 1-5pm). With these limited hours and the Labor Day weekend, where the gallery is closed altogether, along with Hoboken being a town that everyone flees during the dog-days of August, I thought I would share some of the images here.
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