In four days, I journey to New York, New York for the first time ever. Some of my photography work was solicited by the Students for a Free Tibet organization, for use in their Art for Tibet fundraiser. Since three of my photos will be hanging in a gallery in Tribeca for almost a week, along with many other works by artists much more notable than myself, my friends and family thought it would be prudent for me to attend the opening. In fact, when I mentioned to my friend Gregg that I hadn’t really thought about going and I was too busy anyway, his exact words were, “Are you #$%&ing stupid?!” right before he clubbed me in the head with his steak-sized palm.
So I bought a ticket to New York.
If you’re in the area and want to see the excitement, the show is at the Union Gallery, on 353 Broadway. The show opens at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 21st. I’ll be there then, and sporadically through the week. Otherwise, I’ll be wandering around the city, taking pictures and trying not to be overwhelmed by the fact that twice as many people live on the 22 square miles of Manhattan than on the 586,412 square miles of Alaska. YeeeeEEE!
If you’re not in the area but would still like to participate, the Art for Tibet website has an artist listing and online auction going for all the available pieces.
Here are the three I submitted: