Just a quick little post, as it’s late, I really should go to bed and I’ve been wrestling with the quirky behaviour of the photoblog side of the site. I picked up three of my photographs from the framers today for an upcoming toy camera and pinhole exhibition here in Melbourne at the Kerala gallery. If you are in Melbourne, please pop in and have a look – opening night is on the 22nd Feb and the show runs from the 23rd Feb to March 8. It’s a joint exhibition of works by local (I presume, there may be some country and interstate photographers) toy camera and pinhole photographers.
I’m excited and nervous at the same time, as I’ve never exhibited anything before. The metallic archival paper I had the images printed on seems to suit the plastic lens look well and even though I say so myself, I think they look pretty good. We’ve hung them on our walls (complete with protective plastic still in situ from the framers) to admire them until I am due to hang them in the gallery in just over a weeks time. The kids want to keep them, I’ve told them we may very well if they don’t sell!
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