New Exhibition in Laguna Beach, California
CAP’s Gallery Banking on Art
2nd floor Wells Fargo Bank
260 Ocean Ave, Laguna Beach, CA
Exhibit: March 9, 2015 – May 29, 2015
Reception: April 11th, 11am – 2pm
10% of my Art Sales from this exhibition will be donated back to the Community Art Project, a 501(3)(c) non-profit organization, to help fulfill their mission to increase the visibility and appreciation of art and serve as a catalyst for art education.
Thank you to everyone who has followed me on this journey and let me share my work with you. Since my prints focus on utilizing eco-friendly materials to help preserve the environment, I am very excited to be releasing the newest phase of my work by adding custom made bamboo frames. These new frames are hand cut from real bamboo-ply and colored with a water based stain. This is all done locally in Orange County, CA!
I hope to see you at this exhibition where you will have the opportunity to view and purchase my newest works of art.
I'm thrilled to be included in a Forbes article online written by Ryan Robinson about 6 Millennials who share why they joined the gig economy and ditched their day jobs. It's a brief glimpse into how I have used both my self taught photograph skills and professional graphic design background to stay self-employed while continuing to follow my passion of fine art photography.
Featured on article pages 2-3
Featured on 1111 Light Lane's blog and Instagram, my print "Fresh Apricot" has made numerous appearances in Beth's beautiful beach home. Her bright cottage style truly allows this print shine and I'm honored to see she wholeheartedly enjoys it in her home. She is a truly talented interior stylist!
Photos © Beth / 1111 Light Lane
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