In "Moving out..." I made a guess that I'll be in a studio in the the Torpedo Factory again. It already turned out to be true as I moved into Michele Hoben's Studio 31 on Thursday. I'll be in the studio until Sept 19, while Michele is on a vacation trip To Maine. Studio 31 is on first floor, right in in front of the Target Gallery and with its flashy yellow door you can't really miss it:
If you share a studio, you have to discuss how to split the available space. Studio 31 is almost twice as big as Jim's and my old Studio 306 and has plenty of working space, so the only thing to decide upon was how to share the exhibition space. We figured to keep Michele's paintings on the right side of the studio and put my photographs on the left:
While I first had a specific exhibition in mind, I didn't really find the time to plan and create it. Instead, I decided to keep it simple and just give a general overview over my work, pretty much like I did in Studio 306. Hanging the pieces is actually more work than it might seem and took me a whole day to finish:
On display are Landscapes and City portraits from DC, San Francisco and New York, the Heading Northwest Series that got me juried into the TF, some of the Picture Panels I created, a few artistic Hipstamatic prints, and a number of portraits. If you live nearby, I'd be happy to welcome you in the TF again.