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The big news - the book is coming!
Only one more photo to take and that will happen tomorrow to bring the total to 116; the layout is complete and it's going to the publisher this week. Looking towards a book release party on the Sunday before Thanksgiving. But you will be notified!! I know - things can always go wrong. What a fun project it has been!
This month's show theme at the SF Women Artists Gallery is Grace - however the artist wants to define it. So right away, I thought about the Jefferson Airplane - that's how my mind works - but didn't know how to get a photograph of Ms. Slick. I did however find a wonderful building in Chicago that I shot just for this show. It's matted in white in a 16 x 20" black wooden frame.
I have two other pieces in this show which are probably more what the theme intended. Grace Notes, which is a detail of the relief on the arch at the Golden Gate Park band shell - which I then colored and duplicated, placing the top one just a bit offset from the bottom one. The third piece is Monk at the Top of the Stairs, which surprising for me, is just a straight photograph that I took at the Contemporary Jewish Museum when I was walking up the stairway and saw him above me. These two are also matted in white and framed in plain black 1 x 20" frames.
The Reception is Thursday, November 7 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the SFWA Gallery, 3489 Sacramento Street @ Laurel. I hope you come and enjoy the evening.
Two of my San Francisco shots were purchased in October, so, on the premise that San Francisco is 'hot' right now, I thought I'd share them here ('Across the Bay on the left; Telegraph Hill on the right).:
Still on show at the Brisbane Marina
In the Harbor Master's Office. Open 7 days a week during the day. Of course prints of all of the pieces are available for purchase, framed or unframed, in a variety of sizes. Just let me know your preferences and we'll go from there.
Still available - It's 8 x 8" and 80 pages. Click below to purchase.
You can preview the whole book HERE. It's only available online - purchase details on the preview page.
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