I have always found myself with a camera in my hands as far back as I can remember and although I have all those years behind a lens I only started really taking photography seriously, and accepting it for being more than just me and a camera, about ten years ago. In the past ten years or so I’ve learned some really cool things, I’ve met some very awesome and interesting people and developed some friendships that will last a lifetime but the one thing I have not done yet is display my art in a public forum where I am right there to meet and talk with people who may be admiring (and surely criticizing) my work. I only started selling a short time ago and now I am being invited to display in exhibits and galleries as well as shows that highlight my style of photography and although it’s pretty cool, I’m a bit nervous. And you know what... it's all good!
January 26th will be my first show of this sort and I’m getting pretty excited about it. Eagles and Agriculture (Eagles and Ag), is a four day event in the Carson Valley and the kick off is the display/exhibit taking place at the community center in Gardnerville. There will be a lot of information, a lot of very interesting wildlife and some great photography and artwork by a select group of local photographers. For anyone who follows my work you know a show like this is right up my alley and I hope to do very well both with the art I have on site but also getting my name out there even more as a local wildlife and landscape artist. So, if you’re in the area, stop by and say hello! An article about Eagles and Ag is below and if you have any questions you can always contact me. If you aren’t local but appreciate beautiful wildlife and landscape artwork then make sure to take a look at my galleries!
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