What a surprise... Finally had a little break to catch-up on reading a few magazines. While flipping through Birds&Blooms September Extra issue saw this in the "Garden with a Purpose Bird Tales" section by yours truly. My photo of the Spot-breasted Oriole is the on the right page.
"Intersection of Art and Healing" Big Thank You to Arts Editor Lucy Arnold for this feature in the Spring 2022 issue of The Pen Women magazine for the 22 works acquired by Cleveland Clinic in Weston. If you are at the Weston location, please take a peak in the Women's Center waiting room to see some of the piece. Others are in the examination rooms. Honored and Grateful.
Excited to receive "We're pleased that you will be our first featured photographer..." for the Friends of Loxahatchee Refuge "Instagram Takeover". It starts July 1! I couldn't be more grateful to share the splendor and wonder of one of my favorite places. Stay tuned. @loxahatcheefriends
First weekend in May started with wonderful coverage in The Mountain Press. Thanks Juli Neil and TMP for running article on story behind the "Disappearing Hemlock" photograph taken during my Artist in Residence at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Biggest TY goes to GSMNP forester Jesse Webster for working so hard to save these trees and the eco-systems they support.
So honored that one of my images inspired a reporter to research this conservation story.
Honored to be asked to write a guest blog for the Friends of the Smokies. This organization is the primary sponsor for the Artist-In-Residence program at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Writing this article was a wonderful way to relive so many special adventures to capture the beauty and wonder of this land, its nature, its spirit and the essence of the pioneers who settled here and gave up their homesteads so we could enjoy this park today. Click to Read the Blog Post.
Grateful to be selected as one of three photographers whose works are featured in New Year gift for investment bank clientele. Selected pieces for September - December calendars are Grace, Early Morning Fog, Loxahatchee Sunset and Moon Over the Marsh. Appreciate the on-going support of Sophie Bonet, Curator at ArtServe.
Thanks Friends of the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge. Grateful to be one of 12 featured photographers in 2021 calendar. October showcases many of my fav moments at the refuge. "Moon Over the Marsh" is the "headliner". Available 24 x 36 on metal and custom sizes starting at 8x 12 inches on metal or matted prints on metallic photographic paper.
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