Lines are everywhere, from telephone wires to metaphorical lines in our lives. They are also the theme of the latest exhibition at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont where, I’m pleased to say, one of my images “Wet/Dry” has been selected for the Online Annex. If you have one of my 2013 calendars you may recognize this image – it’s the one on the front cover!
This show, LINES: CROSSED AND WALKED AND OTHERWISE, runs from January 29th to February 13rd, 2013 – both in the gallery and online. (Online exhibition, gallery details and hours here).
3 Park Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
(802) 989 2359
Gallery hours: Tuesdays through Fridays 11-4; Saturdays: 10-1.
The images for this show were selected by Kirsten Rian a Portland-based artist, photographer, writer and teacher.
“Wet/Dry”, shows the fine lines outlining paving and channels carrying water to the edge of a fountain area where children play in summer. At the top of the image the surface transitions to dry as people cross the boundary.
The exhibition catalog is available from Blurb, and can be seen here (…and ordered, if you like the show!):
There’s some great work here. Please take a look.