Friday, September 25, 2009

looking into ice


Blurb added a cool new feature today. Now you can preview my entire looking into ice book -- if you click the "Full Screen" button, it looks fantastic, and it's fun to turn the pages virtually.

In other book news, I gave away all my copies. If anyone's interested in buying one, let me know so I can order a few more. I still had one left for Jason's Christmas present, but lent it to the local art gallery as part of an "artist's proposal" to see if they wanted to display the photos next year (fingers crossed).

Update: The Summerland Art Gallery wants to show my photos as their first show of the year (out of six), running from late January into March. So I've got a few months to do some curating of my own work -- selecting, printing, mounting/framing and finally deciding how to display them in the gallery. What fun!

8 comments:

Nikki + Shane said...

Super job Jer! What beautiful shots - I personally love the one with a greenish hue to the ice (on the right side of one of the pages towards the mid/end. Awesome.

Andrew said...

Ah, you went ahead with the gallery idea - excellent.

Jeremy said...

Thanks, Nicole.

Yes Andrew, we'll see if they go for it -- the process was intimidating, because the application was definitely geared toward established artists (past shows, publications, awards, art education, etc.) Although I think the photos are strong, they might have a hard time seeing/creating context.

Heather said...

Cool!

Jason said...

Hooray for Mac Mail telling me when something in your feed has been updated! You snuck this in...

That's awesome, Jer. Keep us up to date. Let us know the progress. Enjoy the process of self-criticizing, printing, and framing. I would find that process *FAR* more stressful than throwing myself out there. :P

Jeremy said...

Thanks! I've got a lot to learn about the printing/framing part of the equation. Should be fun, though.

Ty said...

such exciting news :) keep us updated on your progress!

Jeremy said...

Thanks, Ty. Will do!