I arrived in Ballarat on Wednesday evening and spent Thursday and Friday working there. Although I didn’t get a weekend for shooting, I went for long walks in the evenings.
Seen at the Bendigo Art Gallery. I’m using PS Exress to edit images from my Fuji Xt1 on my phone. Missing my Mac, but not a bad alternative for on the go posting and blogging.
I’m sitting in my hotel room on a rainy Saturday morning in Brisbane the day after Cyclone Marcia made her mark on the city and surrounding areas. I’m working up my motivation to go out and explore in spite of the soggy mess. In the mean time, here are some blanck-and-white Instagrams from Bendigo, where I spent the weekend and 3 work days this week.
It’s Sunday morning in Launceston, Tasmania and I’m off to photograph Cataract Gorge again today. I arrived Friday afternoon with the weekend to enjoy the sites before work begins on Monday. I’m in Tassie for one week and then the adventure continues in Victoria, Queensland & New South Wales. I sure do miss the Buffalo snow. (Wink).
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the artist showing in Love for Sale: the “I Hart Buffalo” edition.
Opening reception is Friday, February 6 from 6pm – 9pm and will run through March 28. Free and Open to the public.
Announcing the sixth annual showing of Love for Sale at Studio Hart in Allentown, curated by Molly Jarboe.
This year we will be featuring the “I Hart Buffalo” edition, with works by multiple artists expressing various interpretations of affection for the city of Buffalo, NY and surrounding communities.
Opening reception is Friday, February 6 from 6pm – 9pm and will run through March 28.
Free and Open to the public.
Participating artists include:
Founded in 2006, Studio Hart is located in Buffalo’s historic Allentown District, home to many art galleries, retail shops and restaurants.
For more information about Allentown First Fridays Gallery Walk, follow this link:
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11:30 pm-3:30 pm, Saturday Noon-4 pm and by appointment.
Barbara Hart – Studio Hart – 65 Allen StreetBuffalo, NY 14202
– Ernest Hemingway
“I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.”
– Neil Gaiman
One of the most enjoyable stops during our time in Old San Juan was an old-timey shop called Olé which sells hand-made Panama hats fitted and accessorized to your specifications right their in the shop. Pictured below is the owner fitting Allen’s choice, a Montecrisi, one of the finest Panama hats you can buy. Also pictured, Allen Modeling another hat, and a tourist who kindly let me photograph her as she chose a hat of her own.