Two years ago, I entered a juried competition called Beyond the Lens at Framations. That experience encouraged me to start displaying my work, and I’ve been showing pieces at Framations ever since. BTL III is here, and once again, one of my pieces has been juried into the competition.
I got a call from Framations, and “Dark Crystal” has been selected for the exhibit. It’s an image I shot during one of the big ice storms here in St. Louis, and has been a favorite ever since. Once again, ice is being very, very good to me. 🙂
The reception is this Saturday, January 10th, from 1pm to 4pm at Framations, with the awards presented from 2.30pm. The exhibit will be up through February 8th. C’mon out to St. Charles, and join the fun!
The exhibit runs from July 10th through August 5th, with a reception held from 6pm-9pm on Saturday, August 14th at Framations. Typically, there’s wine and cheese samples available, but we’ve also arranged for Armando’s Flan Factory to cater flan for the event.
I haven’t landed on how many images I’ll have up. Right now, I believe it will be between fifteen and thirty large frames, along with some smaller pieces. Framations does guided audio tours of the exhibits, so even if you don’t make the reception, you’ll still get a chance to hear me talk about each piece. In fact, I hope to have that audio tour available here sometime after July 9th.
The reception for the Beyond the Lens exhibit at Framations was tonight. Crystal took first place from the group of 43 entrants. This was quite a competitive set of images, and I was quite honored to come away with a first place nod from among this fine field.
I was notified tonight that two of my images will be included in the “Beyond the Lens” exhibit at Framations in St. Charles. Crystal and Fall’s Dance will be included in the field of 43 works. The exhibit runs through February 4th, with the opening reception taking place on January 13th.