The new year is already busy with duties, such as properly storing and preparing my newest photogravures. A good job requires careful handling (with gloves), interleaving, making archival folders for shipping/storing and logging inventory. Then off a few of them go to sell at Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. Next, time to make the finalContinue reading “Creekside Projects Update”
I will be participating with Creekside Studio during PrintAustin 2022. To see the works available Creekside will be open by appointment only – schedule at email email@example.com. Masks are required. There are many inspiring examples of printmaking and processes to see here. As a small business, we really could use your support. Consider purchasing oneContinue reading “Visit the Studio with PrintAustin 2022”
Editioning has begun on my Chine collé photogravure of “Sacred Hoh” at Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas and I am excited to have it on display during Austin Studio Tour 2021. Many thanks to Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello, for helping me to create a beautiful varied edition. Visit Creekside at 916 Springdale Road Bldg 2Continue reading “Austin Studio Tour @creeksidestudioatx Exhibits “Sacred Hoh””
I’ll be exhibiting again this year in Austin Studio tour, with a great artist lineup at Creekside Studio. There is nothing better than viewing artworks virtually or in person – and also have a city wide shopping option online! It is an extravaganza for amazing creatives, so make a list and hit your top picksContinue reading “Visit Us at Austin Studio Tour/EAST in November”
New color trials have just arrived from Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. Many thanks to Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello, for collaborating up some beautiful photogravure proofs! I’ll need to make final ink decisions for editioning two new works – Ediz Hook, Washington and Sacred Hoh, Washington – for my Telescoping Landscapes series. After many monthsContinue reading “Photogravure Proofs Ediz and Hoh Forest”
As an artist working with Creekside Studio, in Austin, Texas, we’re gearing up for post covid times and getting back to the business of printmaking and collaborations. How exciting to be planning and continuing this journey. To reach printmaking goals, I am offering a Creekside Studio merchandise lapel pin for patrons who wish to supportContinue reading “Be an Art Patron @ creeksidestudioatx”
Our the last day of PrintAustin 2021 and the event has been a good inspiration to still live and breath art during these Covid times. That and nature fuel my world. Many thanks to all involved to make these events work, and I truly appreciate Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas to make my photogravure dreamsContinue reading “Sold! Sugar Cane Twister CTPII”
I hope you can visit PrintAustin online January 15-February 13, 2021, as I am participating with Creekside Studio in Austin, Texas. On view are new photogravure editions for my Telescoping Landscapes series – and Creekside is also hosting a collaboration with Gallery Shoal Creek artist, Koichi Yamamoto. Koichi is a must see! Also, watch forContinue reading “PrintAustin/PrintExpo 2021”
Sugar Cane Twister from my Telescoping Landscapes series is finally near completion! As an artist working with Master Printer, Tracy Mayrello @creeksidestudioatx, I have selected the final edition choices for Sugar Cane Twister (RTP1 and RTP2). This edition will be featured during PrintAustin 2021, January 15-February 13. Register for PrintAustin’s free one day conference PrintExpoContinue reading “Sugar Cane Twister Pre-Publication Sale”
Creekside Studio and I are excited to be featured with Almost Real Things as one of 8 more artists to check out during this last weekend of Austin Studio Tour with Big Medium. “Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes captured by photographer Tina Weitz.”Thank you for the compliment Almost Real Things. What a great wayContinue reading “Almost Real Things Features Tina Weitz for Austin Studio Tour”
Many thanks Big Medium @bigmediumaustin and sponsor Austin Chronicle @austinchronicle for including me in this curated list of amazing photographic artists with Austin Studio Tour 2020. Here is the list of curated artists (well worth clicking on and viewing each and every artist link below!) for: The Austin Chronicle’s Guide to Art Inspired Beyond CityContinue reading “Visit the Artists Curated by Sponsor Austin Chronicle @austinstudiotour”
Many thanks to Big Medium and the Austin Chronicle as I have been selected with 9 other artists to be featured for The Austin Chronicle‘s Themed Tour, Art Inspired Beyond City Limits. Themed tours are curated lists of artists on the Austin Studio Tour that are selected by some of the tour sponsors, centered aroundContinue reading “Art Inspired Beyond City Limits”
I will be participating at Creekside Studio in the 2020 Austin Studio Tour with 420 Austin-based artists and collaboratives – featured in this combined edition of the East and West Studio Tours! Start following by visiting bigmedium.org/austinstudiotour.
The art of the landscape capture has many layered meanings – realized or hidden, from the photographic eye. It is not until one looks deeper that the workings within the images are revealed. Visual fragments offer traces and remnants of history that are both environmental and man-made. In this series of photogravures, Telescoping Landscapes, IContinue reading “Telescoping Landscapes”
Many thanks to LightBox Photographic Gallery for selecting my plastic camera/Holga image “Skull Meets Bumper” captured with black and white film. This series Road to 78704 pulls at my heartstrings as these were shot from my days of old while living in a 1938 home and walking my Austin neighborhood full of Keeping it Weird.Continue reading “LightBox Photographic Gallery – Fantastic Film features “Skull Meets Bumper””
Many thanks to ASmith Gallery in Johnson City, Texas and juror, Kevin Tully, for including “Teapot: Study in Blue” in the Diptych exhibit January 18-March 10, 2019. #timezero #expiredfilm #sx70 #tinaweitzphotography https://asmithgallery.com/exhibitions/diptych/
Sending congratulations to my fellow photographers with images in “The Still Life”, opening this Friday at The SE Center for Photography in Greenville, South Carolina. 4/13-5/18/18 The Still Life, Juror Kimberly Witham Opening Reception 4/13, 6-8PM The following photographers are to be featured in the exhibition: Hannah Arnette Angie Pember Brockey Susan Bryant Jo AnnContinue reading “On Exhibit in “The Still Life” @sec4p”
I haven’t been posting as I have been preparing for a long distance change of location – a pain and a blessing. I was forced to attack 27 years of photography images – film, digital and alternative. Within the purge and sort, I saw a new series I had been working on all along, butContinue reading “Expired Polaroid and The Healing of She”
I’ll be teaching a class this month with photographer, Shelley Wood, at Photo Méthode Gallery in Austin, Texas. I have been in love with the iPhone since we met, and hope to share with others what a creative and innovative tool it can be. $120 class fee $110 current TPS Members limited to 12 participantsContinue reading “Creative iPhone Images Class August 14, 2016”
I am excited to be chosen as part of the wheat pasting project, Fishing for Iconography in Johnson City with ASmith Gallery. The image chosen is dear to me, as it is one of WWII veterans gathering at the Camp Mabry Texas Military Forces Museum to celebrate a Sweetheart Dance in honor of their service. Continue reading “Fishing for Iconography Wheat Pasting in Johnson City”
Another day to use my SX70 camera and expired time-zero Polaroid film. The supply is shortening and the day is bittersweet. An homage to memory and place. “Our present becomes past in the time it takes to press a shutter.” – Tina Weitz
A Continuation of My Pola-Vision Series I was elated and somber at the same time as I cracked out 10 of the unopened boxes of time-zero Polaroid film I had shipped from the final days of the US factory manufacture in 2005. The film expired in 2006. To hear that click and whirrrrrrr from myContinue reading “Polaroid time-zero Counting Down”
I am excited to say I have another image featured in the most recent Blur Magazine via the current A Smith Gallery exhibition juried by editor, Michael Kirchoff. From Michael: “Once again, I happily share with you my selections for the latest issue of Blur Magazine. The Feb/March issue (#47) of Blur is now liveContinue reading “Blur Magazine Features ASmith Gallery “Flawed” Exhibit and “Beauty Rituals””
Many thanks to the City of Austin and the Terrazas Library for showcasing my Polaroid images during the 2015 East Austin Studio Tour and for a few months thereafter. It is an honor to offer art to my local community. Ten large format framed prints were installed in the public meeting room and 7 otherContinue reading “Pola-Vision at the Terrazas Library”
flawed: an instant film exhibition featuring juror, Michael Kirchoff, will be on view at ASmith Gallery January 15 through March 6, 2016. I am grateful and excited to be included in this instant (magic) imagery. receptions | January 30 & February 27, 2016 4 to 7pm 103 N Nugent Ave, Johnson City, TX 78636 aboutContinue reading ““Flawed” Exhibit and a Hand-Manipulated time-zero Polaroid Film Image”
Today is the day! Blur Magazine has come out with Issue 46 featuring my time-zero Polaroid images. Look under the Instantion Section to find the write-up showcasing my Pola-Vision series. http://www.blur-magazine.com/shop/issue-46 I am beyond honored and humbled. The quality and vision of the photographers in this issue has taken my breath. I am re-inspired allContinue reading “Tina Weitz “Instantion” in Blur Magazine Issue 46″
I am part of the current Homecoming exhibit at Flatbed Press and Gallery which was recently mentioned in Glasstire’s TOP FIVE exhibitions and art events across the state of Texas. Flatbed has worked with many artists in many disciplines to create some of the finest printmaking in the nation. I am honored to be included. Continue reading “Homecoming exhibit at Flatbed Press and Gallery”
I have been asked to exhibit my Pola-Vision Series on the second floor of the Faulk Central Library during this year’s West Austin Studio Tour in May 2015. Ten large format Polaroid Time Zero print images shot with vintage SX70 cameras will be on display for the tour, and continue to be on exhibit throughContinue reading “Tina Weitz Images to be Featured in West Austin Studio Tour 2015”
I again had the honor and privilege of photographing the Camp Mabry Texas Military Forces Museum’s Sweetheart Dance and Fundraiser this year in Austin, Texas. What a wonderful way to honor the veterans and have a vintage night of fun also. The music was second to none with the 20 piece Sentimental Journey Orchestra transportingContinue reading “Texas Military Forces Museum Sweetheart Dance”
Please stop by Flatbed Press and Galleries through February 10, 2015 to see my new photogravure on exhibit in, “New Editions and Monotypes 2013 – 2014″. This image was captured in Iao Valley, Maui and is printed in collaboration with master printer, Tracy Mayrello, and printer, Cordelia Blanchard, of Flatbed Press. The limited edition printContinue reading “Pre-Publication Pricing through February 10 – Iao Valley Photogravure”
Before this Monday, it was another Polaroid Sunday. Soooo sweet. I watch my supply of Polaroid Time Zero diminish and each expired pack is an adventure. I MUST finish up before the film is completely lifeless. I am preparing for my continuing exhibit of “Pola-Vision” series in 2015, the last expression of my love forContinue reading “It’s Another Polaroid Sunday”
Part two of : Working as a team at Flatbed Press. My day of trial proofing photogravures included a 4″ x 5″ print dear to my heart. This print began on the grounds of the La Romita School of Art in Italy. I took this image while wandering through the olive grove and peekingContinue reading “Cane da Pastore on View at the O2Gallery and Project Space”
This is a carnival dusk shot taken with my iPhone as a passenger on the highway. I took advantage of the blur to add to my ethereal world. Processed with Photoshop Express and Snapseed apps.
I used my iPhone on a trip to Maui to create this capture of the Baldwin house in Iao Valley. I knew I wanted to depict this image in a manner that made you feel the early history not only of the home, but of the ancient landscape. Working as a team at Flatbed PressContinue reading “iPhoneography to Photogravure”
Embrace the tools around you to create your world. I recently used my Nikon D700 to capture an image, imported that to one of my favorite phone apps, PhotoToaster, then saved the revised image on my phone. After that – I import back to the Mac and with Photoshop (on a bigger screen) create aContinue reading “D700 Import to iPhone to Mac for Speaking Your Vision”
The Flatbed building housing the O2Gallery and Project Space and my current Pola-Vision exhibit will be closed for Thanksgiving day, but will be open 10am- 3pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving week. Located at 2832 E. Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. in Austin, Texas 78702. Travel safe and happy holiday.
I have been making preparations the last few months for the East Austin Studio Tour. Please come and visit me at stop 36.4 at the O2Gallery and Project Space in the Flatbed Building. There will also be Gallery Shoal Creek, Flatbed Press and Gallery, Photo Méthode Gallery and Truman Marquez Studio hosting exhibits. “Pola-Vision” NovemberContinue reading “Pola-Vision Exhibit at the O2Gallery Space”
I am having a great day today, which I have dubbed Polaroid Sunday. My Time Zero Polaroid film, which expired in 2006, still held a battery charge and gave me some nostalgic glee. Click, whrrrrrrr, anticipate – the magic image appears in a cloud and begins to clarify, like a vision in a crystal ball. Continue reading “Polaroid Sunday”
You know her, you love her, you see her bodacious shadow and know she must be yours. Be sure to attend the Women and Their Work Red Dot Art Spree & Silent Auction Thursday, September 12, 2013 from 7-10pm to get a chance to purchase my Aqua Barbie print!
It is always good to look for inspiration in the creativity of other artists. I just visited The Tarot Garden in Italy with the amazing work of Niki de Saint Phalle. Photos do not do it justice, you MUST see this garden in person. The towering sculptures beckoning you to come, touch, hear, see. TheContinue reading “The Tarot Garden”
I’m currently on a trip to the La Romita School of art in Terni, Italy. I had my iPhone handy during a tour through the adjoining olive grove. While looking over the rock wall surrounding the property I had one brief moment to see the sheep next door before the ever dutiful herding dog movedContinue reading “In the Olive Grove”
I had a déjà vu moment at Barton Springs in Austin, Texas this week. Before my eyes, in the fashion of our city Springs in the 60’s, stood a topless cowgirl cooling off in the 68 degree water amidst the humanity and canines seeking shelter from the heat. A few years before I walked intoContinue reading “Naked Cowgirl Déjà vu”
Recently, I was fortunate to attend a fine art and fine food pairing. Evidence of Obsession I will let the photos do the talking. The tasting dinner was magnificent in flavors and presentation. The fine art photo gravure prints of author and artist, Jeff Scott, transpired the bond that can exist between visual art andContinue reading “A Feast for the Eyes and Fine Food”
(Photo)Toasting Koi. I have enjoyed the PhotoToaster app lately, with all of its great choices for iPhoneography. I am on vacation and couldn’t pass up the beautiful Koi on the grounds where I am staying. This image I processed with the “pale” function. I had so much fun rendering my Koi images – I amContinue reading “Toasting Koi”
I do love revisiting older iPhone images captured after finding a new app I like. First I used PhotoToaster, which offers a lot of processing options and effects, saved it to the camera roll, then processed the new rendering through Instagram. This is an old tricycle I saw through the window of an abandoned homeContinue reading “PhotoToaster Processed into Instagram – Apps for iPhone”
I have begun my serious countdown for the East Austin Studio Tour. Clean up the excess art supplies out of the studio space, finish getting prints made, get prints up on the walls… Not only is my studio on the tour, but in the same art facility I will be participating in the “Emergence: Transformation”Continue reading “East Austin Studio Tour Nov. 10-11, 17-18”
As usual, there is an abundance of crazy good art available at this year’s Women and Their Work Red Dot Art Spree. I love the large red hanging “dot” balloons and also that I got to be in a nicely curated black and white section of the installation. My art wants/needs YOUR RED DOT! ForContinue reading “Get to the Red Dot Art Spree by September 26!”
I will part of this year’s Red Dot Art Spree and Silent Auction at Women and Their Work. Click on the link above to find out about an Austin event you don’t want to miss. Great artists, great patrons, fabulous gallery and an awesome place to buy art. Please visit my art, thank you!“Across theContinue reading “I’m Participating in the Red Dot Art Spree”
November 10-18 East Austin Studio Tour will be here, I have applied and will await my confirmation that my studio will be participating. Time to get prints and materials rounded up. This is one of my image choices for advertising. Taken with an Olloclip lens for my iPhone 4. I love the feeling I canContinue reading “East Austin Studio Tour Announced for November 10-18, 2012”
I received a nice perk from KTB Designs in Austin, Texas. 8 Pages of my images are featured in the June 2012 issue of Texas Home and Living Magazine. Click here to see the online version.
Taking photography into another medium is something I love as an artist. I just finished my first trial painting with gouche on paper for a mixed-media project. I’ll have to say I had quite a bit of fun with the gouche, although you must be quick – it dries fast! I am working on creatingContinue reading “Polaroid Time-Zero film, digital photography, printmaking and gouche all rolled into one memory artwork”
Across the Meadow © 2012 Tina Weitz iPhoneography addict? Look for our class on June 10, 2012 in Austin, Texas! For more details or to sign up go to http://www.studio2gallery.com/classes/ The iPhone and mobile phones have revolutionized the way we look at cameras. Gone are the days of lugging around a big, heavy camera rig,Continue reading “iPhoneography Class June 10, with Carol Schiraldi and Tina Weitz”
I am on a workshop with TJ Avery and Marti Jeffers in Big Bend National Park. Working on site with a group of like-minded photographers is the best gift I could give myself. After 25 years, I still have so much to learn with new equipment and new challenges. Although a seasoned photographer in theContinue reading “Star Photography and New Learning”
A little more editing and a few more images. An evening stepping back in time… remembering and honoring our veterans at the Camp Mabry annual dinner dance and fundraising auction.
A vintage WWII dance last Saturday night at the Camp Mabry Museum annual fundraiser. The veterans still like to talk and dance with a pretty girl and danced the night away. Some amazing folks. I am looking forward to editing the rest of my photos.
addictus ∞ iphoneography Carol Schiraldi and I will be offering a class with the Studio2Gallery Classroom Series on June on 9 & 10, 2012 in Austin, Texas. Designed for those fellow compulsive iPhone/app clickers who want to learn more, be in a fun environment, and share creative possibilities using your images. This class will beContinue reading “iPhoneography class with Tina Weitz and Carol Schiraldi”
I heard from PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont and 1 of my images was selected with 39 from others (out of 800 images submitted) to display in the Gallery for “Poetic Objects: Still Life as Subject” with juror Sue Lezon. Click here to see the Gallery selections, as well as 80 additional images that wereContinue reading “A Great Start”
I never tire of daydreaming of the visit I had in Paris. I thought I would reminisce with you by sharing the “Ligne No. 4” sign at the metro station near the Flower Market.
For 2012, I am focusing on getting to images that I haven’t had time to review. Sometimes a bit of distance is good, as I see how my initial reaction to a capture changes – as my ideas formulate in the back of my subconscious mind. I sat down this weekend and worked on aContinue reading “First Artist Call Entry for the Year”
I’m excited to have been selected for the “num6ers” exhibit, juried by Carol Watson and Amanda Smith at the A Smith Gallery in Johnson City. Click here to see the accepted images. “Aqua Barbie” is in the current exhibit at A Smith Gallery titled “Alterations”, juried by Jill and Dan Burkholder. A reception will beContinue reading “Exhibiting at A Smith Gallery and East Austin Studio Tour 2011”
I knew it was fabulous, but now it’s official. I can’t wait to see you at East Austin Studio Tour. Voted by the Austin Chronicle “Best Place to See Local Art”. Come by and see the new studio.
I love when a last minute chance to shoot for a client comes through. The Sunland Group had only one evening available – the night before operations began – for me to get the shot. This incredible project at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport offers green parking light systems, rain barrel collections and manyContinue reading “Sunland Group at ABIA”
I was honored to be asked to select the artworks for the first Texas Wax Encaustic Group exhibit at the Daugherty Art Center. The exhibit installation looked stellar, and we got a great write up from Wayne Alan Brenner of the Austin Chronicle.
I have some things cooking up for East Austin Studio Tour 2011 and can’t wait to share the new Tina Weitz Photography/Studio2Gallery space! I am still working on the wall prep (they were a bit pitted over the years by many a great resident artist) and electrical stuff. Also have some upcoming exhibits I haveContinue reading “E.A.S.T. tours info – stop on by!”
Texas Campaign for the Environment is organizing their 20th anniversary celebration. I will be donating one of my new upcycled pieces, a “Fallout Girl” bag, to the silent auction. The celebration will take place in a store front at the Highland Mall in Austin on Sept 24th at 7 p.m. Tina Sparkles will be producingContinue reading “Texas Campaign for the Environment Auction and 20th Anniversary Celebration”
I was excited to be selected for the Texas Photographic Society Cell Phone Photography Contest II, juried by Dan Burkholder. 40 Images were selected out of 646 images submitted. Click here to view the accepted entries. This photo came from one of my daily walks with the dogs. The shoes whispered a story to meContinue reading “Texas Photographic Society Cell Phone Photography Contest II”
A shout out to the wonderful clients who made the lake shoot a great project. Thanks to Kai Geschke of Geschke Group : Architects, Register – Dixon Custom Home Builders, and Shelley Grabowski Designs.
Things are rolling, next up for me is an opening at A Smith Gallery in a juried photography exhibit on “America”. Click here to see the accepted images. The juror is D. Clarke Evans, President of the Texas Photographic Society. Go for a drive in the hill country of Texas for a nice getaway, stopContinue reading “A Smith Gallery to Exhibit “The Naked Cowgirl””
I am thankful for my freedom. In honor of those that gave the ultimate sacrifice, and for those who serve, here is my tribute. Hand-manipulated Polaroid taken with an SX70 Camera. © Tina Weitz Photography.
I cannot give enough thanks to Marti Jeffers and Will Austin, both instructors extraordinaire, for the recent workshop in Santa Fe. The classroom time was invaluable for honing some photoshop techniques, and the hands on help during assignments was attentive. Fun was had by all participants and the week was very special. The photo belowContinue reading “Santa Fe Workshop with Marti Jeffers Photography”
Canyon Creek Homes won their division award last year from our photoshoot. Here is our project for this year, wishing Canyon Creek homes repeated success!
I am having a love affair with the macro lenses from Lensbaby. I couldn’t believe this poppy with the blue stamens.
I’m just getting started in Santa Fe with a Marti Jeffers Photography workshop, “Spirit of the Southwest”. We’ve had a small bit of spring snow and everything seems so enchanted. I can’t wait to see what the rest of the week will bring. Also good to be breaking out the Lensbaby again with my newContinue reading “Santa Fe”
I ♥ Congress was a busy night in Austin, Texas and thanks to Austin Details for featuring one of my iPhone images from Kauai.
A sweet little book to celebrate “Romance” from the ASmith Gallery exhibition featuring one of my photos from Paris, France “Pompidou Restaurante”. A perfect gift for your sweetheart. http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2031974
“Romance” was in the air at the ASmith Gallery in Johnson City, Texas for the month of Valentine’s. This juried exhibit featured my black and white image from the Pompidou Restaurante in Paris – which exudes the romantic dining experience.
My image “Beach Bird Winter” will be exhibited at Austin Details Gallery on 8th Street in Austin, Texas, March 10-31 in “Art from the iPad” (and iPhone) juried by Corliss Blakely. More love for the iPhone ShakeItPhoto app to share with the world! Opening night, don’t miss the I ♥ Art Congress walk in Austin,Continue reading “beach bird winter to be exhibited at austin details gallery”
Many thanks to Edgar for the recent opening reception interview of “App-aritions” at Studio2Gallery. Click here for the link. This exhibit has created a plethora of blog hits as others share our zeal for iphoneography.
I am so very excited to be a judge for the 9th year at Art City Austin being held April 2 & 3rd, 2011. This is a don’t miss event set on Lady Bird Lake with live music piping in from the City Hall performance stage. Did I mention the local foodies will beContinue reading “art city austin 2011”
A packed house in the iPhone zone of our “App-aritions” exhibit at Studio2Gallery featuring my work along with Carol Schiraldi, Leon Alesi and Catherine McMillan. The response was overwhelmingly POSITIVE. I dare say, iPhone imagery is here to stay. Each artist had 25 images to share in uniform 6″ x 6″ prints mounted on AmpersandContinue reading “app-aritions opening reception at studio2gallery”
Thanks to both Allan Hoffman, for the nice mention on your blog “What I See” and to Great Output for their write up on “App-aritions”.
“App-aritions” Saturday: February 12, 2011 from 6:30pm-8:30pm a studio2gallery invitational exhibit with 4 artists showcasing App-aritions exhibit: February 12, 2011-March 5, 2011 1700 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 318, Austin, Texas 78704 Leon Alesi Catherine McMillan Carol Schiraldi Tina Weitz *iphone-aphy I love being an artist because you an make up your own words. Iphone-aphy isContinue reading “please join me feb. 12 for app-aritions at studio2gallery”
Many thanks to austin-architecture.com for the recent interview. I look forward to their future postings.
Another photography project – working with KTB Designs.
Many thanks to Kathy Borth of KTB Designs, Austin, for this amazing project which made the cover of Texas Homes Magazine.
Don’t forget to visit Art City Austin this weekend. This event by art alliance austin was previously called Austin Fine Arts Festival. I believe before that it was Laguna Gloria Arts Festival. I have been a juror, but most years a judge for photography, these past 6 years. This fun (and visually stimulating!) event benefits The Austin Museum ofContinue reading “art city austin this weekend”
If you get a chance, check out my latest photo at Austin Bergstrom International Airport, “Lone Star Bus.” It is mounted on the last display case in the passenger terminal, by Ponchito’s and the Admiral’s Club. I chose this photo for the exhibit, “Lost and Found in Austin” because this particular view of the LoneContinue reading “lost and found in austin”