haiku; those one thousand words
can be such a blab
I am thankful to have been able to show my work in some places which are pretty special to me, and The Chapel certainly qualifies as one of those. I have wanted to exhibit here ever since I saw the gallery space and attended some concerts in the beautiful chapel area.
This time around, I am also going to be stepping out a bit, and presenting some haiku along with the images. The relationships between the haiku and images will not be one to one correlations, but, rather, hopefully they will complement and speak to one another, as I hope they do on this blog. I am hoping to facilitate some in-gallery haiku writing by exhibit attendees, too – totally voluntary I assure you 🙂
I am also excited to feature two large signature pieces – a haiku piece which is being produced by calligrapher Joanne Kluba of Paper Birds and my first gallery wrapped canvas. You will just have to come to the show to see which haiku and image get the honors. Of course, there will be a number of other framed pieces of images and haiku which you can view and/or purchase as well.
Also, The Chapel will very graciously be providing refreshments. It should be a lovely night.
If nothing else, perhaps you can get a hold of one of the lovely promo postcards which my friend Carrie Jones is designing for the night. I hope to see you there!