Eeeek! I have photos hanging in an art gallery!

Not as part of an art exhibition, to be fair, but it is an art gallery, and I’m easily excited :-).

Wide load

Wide load

As mentioned earlier, I submitted a number of photos for consideration in a call for art for UMM’s new Welcome Center. Much to my delight two photos were in fact chosen, being I think the first two pieces of mine to ever be purchased as art (as opposed to illustration or journalism). The first is the train panorama above, and the second is the turbine shot below.

Turbine, sun, and fog

Turbine, sun, and fog

Michael Eble (the curator for UMM’s HFA Gallery) also asked if he could exhibit four other photos (below) that I submitted in the 2010 Celebration exhibition in the HFA Gallery! They’re hanging now (in the upper level down at the end). There will be special showings during Founders Weekend, September 23–26 and Homecoming Weekend, October 8–10, and the exhibit closes on 16 October.

Evening jam

Evening jam

All work and no play

All work and no play

Scheming a brother's downfall

Scheming a brother's downfall

Reflecting on pasts and futures

Reflecting on pasts and futures

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4 Responses to Eeeek! I have photos hanging in an art gallery!

  1. svitrolica says:

    Congratulation. Your photos are definitely gallery-worthy. (:

  2. R. Paul Wiegand says:

    Congratulations! They are very nice photographs.

    By the way: You’re not going to Dagstuhl? What’s up with that?

    Paul.

    • Phi says:

      Thanks – glad you liked them :-). Sadly I’m not going to be attending Dagstuhl. I didn’t get an invite to this one. Hopefully another time, though.

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