With Alexandria’s help I have installed 18 matted silver gelatin prints from my WaterWomen portfolio in the little gallery of our Arts Center. Although the prints are not under glass or framed, I think they still look pretty good.Of course, the gallery does not look quite as surreal as this composite photo makes it look. The walls are not curved, and the table is rectangular. Anyhow, should you somehow happen to be in Cedar Key during the month of January, do stop by. None of the prints are for sale, but smaller versions of them will be available through my on-ling photo store.
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