June 1st, 2009
Heather Dwyer, a grant administrator for 4Culture and a board member of the Blue Earth Alliance, also curates for the Collins Pub which sits at the base of the historic Smith Tower in the Pioneer Square area of downtown Seattle. She invited Andrew Hida to show his “Slow Healing” project on traumatic brain injury in Iraq/Afghanistan vets and for me to show some of my work. I selected several images from my work in Cambodia and the rest from a theme of “Destinations.” In my travels, be they for fun or to document the darker side of humanity, I inevitably come home with images revealing the beauty of the locale.
Andrew and I hung a great show here, sharing the wall space quite nicely. Heather, although being sick, rallied and was a great help on hanging day–and many thanks to her for the exhibition space. The work is up through the end of July. The Collins Pub is hopping at lunch and happy hour, so check it out!
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