Still no sober buildings today, but I wanted to post this, which is a better picture of the windy city (aka “drunk buildings” project) that I’m working on now. This one is a bit more of a straight shot, yesterday’s was thanks to the hipsta. While I love the hipsta for what it does to photographs, I am really not sure it’s the greatest thing for reproducing artwork.
Some show news to tell you about too today.
For starters, I found out that I was accepted into the Texas Photographic Society’s “Your Best Shot” competition, which was jurored by Fraction Magazine’s David Bram. You can see the gallery here.
Next up, I’m participating in a holiday show over at Pigoata Studios. It will be held on December 18th and I’ll have work there along with a lot of the folks from the Texas Wax organization. Please stop by if you are in the neighborhood and need some last minute holiday gift items. It’s over on Bolm Road, next to Big Medium.
Finally, a word about why I have not been blogging so much. I’ve gotten a large commercial client who wanted to use some of my work for some upcoming corporate demonstrations, so I’ve been up to my elbows in getting that together. Not how I always want my work to get out there but it’s getting out there nevertheless, so I’m happy with it. Commercial clients are always nice, since they pay me this stuff called “money” and, I’m told, it makes the world go ’round so it can’t be all that bad, right?
Well, so long as you don’t run out of it, I guess, it’s not the end of the world. I mean, somebody had to go and paint all of those dead presidents so, in some small way, it really is all about supporting the arts this holiday season, right?
Until next time…