We finally got our exhibit titled “The Color of Light” hung at Dawson’s Downtown! It really does look good. We had a “Meet the Artist” night on Thursday in conjunction with First Thusday’s Gallery stroll. It was great to see all of you that showed up to enjoy the evening with us. For those that didn’t make it, you will have until the 31st of the month to see it. This is the first of many exhibits in the coming months. Posted below are a few of the images on display.
What is really exciting for me about this show is that it is the first all color show that I have done. Prior to this, most all of my exhibits have been black and white photographs. After hanging the images, I sat back and took it all in, and really could see the influence af black and white in my color work. I always knew it was there, but when I saw the body of work all together, it really started to make sense to me.
I hope that the rest of you that see it enjoy it as much as I have in creating it!
It’s a new month already, and that means time for a new print of the month on our gallery site. These prints are available at a discounted price for one month only, or less if the edition sells out. These are printed in editions of only 50 prints, half the size of our regular editions, which mean you get an even better value. Not only 30% off, but fewer prints as well! This is a 19×13 image and comes matted to 24×20 for only $195. Remember, there are only 50 of them, so they will go fast!. Order your by calling us at 208-465-4931 or by logging on to www.moffettgallery.com to order online.
The image we are featuring this month is a favorite of mine. I photographed this barn on a trip in November to Jackson Hole with several other portrait photographers. We had been to a seminar in Bozeman, Montana and decided to extend a day and go to Jackson. The weather was not looking too promising for good image making, but as you can see from this image it changed for the better, at least for few minutes.