When I returned to still photography I had no plans on printing images. However, a quote got stuck in my mind.
“The print is an idea made visible. For me it’s a tactile, sensual experience.” Tillman Crane
Last Summer I hung prints in the Mt. Lebanon Library. Seeing portraits “on the wall” was drastically different than viewing the images on a computer. A print inspired learning how matting & framing impact the viewer’s perception.
PORTRAITURE of CUBA Character & Emotions was motivation to “hang prints.” Observing the diversity of human character while standing in a room with over 2 dozen photographs is a more unifying experience than scrolling images on an electronic device.
Sunday March 3rd 1:30-4:30 Opening
Saturday March 9th 3p-6p ish Reception w/Live Music
Friday March 15th 6:30-9:30 “Cuba, Photos & Framing a Story”
Ketchup City Creative 612 Main St. Sharpsburg, PA 15215
It’s physical. It’s social. It’s an old school way to share my work.
Leave the digital world behind. Come to one of the 3 events at Ketchup City. Learn about people & a culture that for over 60 years has been nothing but chaos in the eyes of most Americans. See it for yourself!