Images from my Incongruity series keep reaping acclaim and exhibitions! A shot from last summer’s road trip to New Orleans garnered an exhibit venue down in Johnson City, Texas. The photograph, Mammy’s Cupboard was shot down in Natchez, MS, and will go on display later this month at the A. Smith Gallery. The national competition, called “Domicile”, was a juried show. I also found out the image will be used on their promo cards, which are to hit the postal mail soon.
It’s hard to believe that a year has passed since I started my vineyard book project! For all practical purposes, the photographing is finished and now I’m focusing on writing the text. My goal for completion of the book is by the end of the year. In the meantime, I’m hoping to sit in on a publication design class starting next week to help refine my Adobe In Design capabilities. This week I finalized shots inside the winery and the tasting room and here are a few samples from that session. The owners of the vineyard and winery have been a delight to work with and I’m going to miss not spending time up there! Maybe they’ll let me come up for harvest!