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Online Gallery of my show

May 25, 2010

I’ve posted an online gallery of the Polo Motion photos from my current show at Snowball Gallery.  If you haven’t had a chance to see the show, you can view the images here.  You can also use this site to order prints from the show.  Simply enter the size of print you would like in the comments section, and click the ADD button.  When you’ve finished making your selection, click the SUBMIT MY ORDER button and fill out the form.  I’ll email you to confirm your order.

I’ve had a few queries about the very reasonable print prices for these images.  I debated whether to offer limited editions, at higher prices, but in the end opted for non-editioned prints, and a lower price point. I feel that I would rather have more people able to purchase prints and enjoy them on their walls.

This weekend is the last chance to see the show in person!  Snowball Gallery is open Thursday – Sunday, at 1690 Queen Street West.

BTW, this online gallery is a Lightroom template from Lightroom Galleries, and it’s available as a free download (donationware).


Show Announcement!

April 12, 2010

Nadia Cheema and I are having a show of new photographs at the Snowball Gallery on Queen Street West, near Roncesvalles.  The show is titled Stillness and Motion, and features Nadia’s haunting Irish landscapes, and my abstract images of the game of Polo.  They make an interesting contrast.  Please come to the opening if you can, or drop by during the month of May.  Here’s the invite:

Hope to see you on the 6th!


On Being A Professional Artist

March 25, 2010

I’m very pleased to announce this new workshop, taught by my long-time friend Wayne Dunkley.  This workshop is for anyone interested in pursuing photography or new media as a fine art.  Wayne will guide you through the often confusing world of galleries, arts councils, foundations, and schmoozing the art scene.  He will explain the importance of your Artist Statement, and Project Proposal.  You’ll have an opportunity to start writing your own Artist Statement and receive feedback on it.

Wayne will share the knowledge he’s acquired through 20 years as a working artist in Photography and New Media, as well as his experiences with funding organizations as both an artist and a jury member.  This is going to be an amazing workshop!  I’ve posted a detailed outline and schedule for the day here.

Workshop Date: Saturday, April 24     Location: My studio in Downtown Toronto

Workshop fee:  $210 (incl. GST) ($100 deposit to register)

Contact me here to register:

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