Hey y’all, just getting rejoining the internets here. Seems I’ve taken the month of September (originally intended for relaxation and learning new craft skills) and turned it in to the month of being insanely busy getting ready for an art show, making jewelry to match, going on location at work and thinking far ahead in to the future (i.e. December) and figuring just how many little bottle caps I’ll be squirting epoxy resin in to for the next 60 days.
nice purple grey vines, PM!
Considering my recurrent need for them over the last several days, I want to take a minute to give all credit where its due to the folks at Photo Market at 945 Forest Ave. in Portland.
perfect September sunset gradation
I use these guys for everything. And no matter how busy they are whenever I go in someone is bound to be good for a laugh. Which works for me because my internal laugh-o-meter gauges how endearing others are.
this one prints perfect every time
Most importantly, the staff there has embraced (albeit reluctantly, I mean, who wouldn’t) my fickle process of shooting in film and printing digitally. It’s born out of necessity (no darkroom access and…no time!) but they stopped making fun of me and trying to sell me digital cameras long ago. Thanks guys. 🙂
art show at a flower shop ooh la la
So if you’re curious to see the handywork of their printers maybe you might like to stop at the gallery above Harmon’s & Barton’s on First Friday for a peek at my solo art show “Orchards and Atmospheres.” Not only did they print the photographs but they printed the images I use in bottle cap jewelry, magnets and pins. On Friday you’ll see these little versions alongside the large photographs…a more portable, affordable version of the real thing!
the perfect set for your friend molly
P.S. What else is new? I’m going to Find tomorrow to drop off some wares! Paper Moon in Westbrook gets a visit later this week. Meanwhile I’m plug-plug-plugging away at getting my Etsy site full of interesting listings.