Summer is drawing to a close. It’s that wonderful time of year when the days are still warm enough to swim in the pond, but in the evenings I’m putting on socks and getting cosy. So much of the seasonal change is heralded with what I’m cooking and I’m starting to think about soups and curries already.
The kids are back to school and I’m both missing them as well as relishing some uninterrupted time in the studio. This summer was a busy one with family and friends coming in from out of town, so I allowed myself to explore some new ideas whilst leaving space to enjoy and be present with family.
This month, September 5th, sees the opening of a new showing of Janus Rising at The Griffin Museum of Photography. It is such an honor to be showing in this lovely museum in Winchester MA just outside of Boston. I will be showing some traditionally framed pieces as well as an installation of newer works, a couple of which I’m previewing here.
Reception 4pm - 6pm September 6th and October 10th.