The San Francisco Art Institute Graduate Exhibition - 2011
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great exhibition !
29 May 2011 7:26am
warning! keep art clear!
29 May 2011 8:29am
This is really a very special place to install exhibitions, Stephen!
29 May 2011 8:46am
Please tell me that the tall bloke at the end is actually an exhibit.
Glad you enjoyed the little piece on the rise of the Methodists and baptists up here, Charles Wesley was a regular visitor.
29 May 2011 9:54am
@Curly: I very much enjoyed that BBC piece on the Methodists - and it was another reminder of the powerful change that the Internet has created in our world. I was listening and experiencing a tie to that location as a result of knowing you. And that relationship came through our photography and this A Minus 3 community. That connection could not have happened much more than a decade earlier. Just one aspect of this is that AM3 could not have worked effectively until after the shift to digital photography.
I am happy to report that the tall fellow IS an exhibit - as is the woman in red to his right - and the woman in black seated on the pedestal beyond him. Joyous light...
Another great one, Stephen...I need to get back to Curly's posts which I have missed ...I am curious about the Methodist Church, having been raised as a Methodist and an uncle was a minister in Clevelaand many ages ago....I hope it's not a "bad" piece...guess I better look!
29 May 2011 3:50pm
I like the place and the balance of colors
29 May 2011 5:53pm
What an interesting space in which to show art. But - perfect!!!
29 May 2011 6:15pm
Looks like you had a great time at this Art Exhibition, Stephen. Viewed your other images and you definitely captured the mood and atmosphere of this place perfectly.
30 May 2011 1:15am
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