I feel a little like Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion. Last night was the Opening Night for the inFocus 2 Photographic Exhibition that I’m participating in, and I couldn’t have asked for more.
I hung two photographs of my recent trips to South America on behalf of CUSO International, and I’m extremely pleased to say that they stood out like sore thumbs. My attitude going into this was to go big or go home and there’s no doubt that I pulled it off in style. It wasn’t the size of the prints but the content of the images that overwhelmed.
My heartfelt thanks to all of you that were able to join me last night and although the gallery was closed today, Friday the 20th, I invite the rest of you to drop by to see all the artists works. The exhibit will be on display at the Moniker Gallery in Toronto, until the 25thof September, between 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, including the Monday during which it was originally scheduled to be closed.
I produced 4 X 6 B&W postcards with each of the two images, as keepsakes, and left them in the gallery, so drop by before they run out. Otherwise, you’ll need to wait until my encore exhibition.