April 2020

Art Is An Antidote

2020-05-30T14:16:36-08:00Categories: Art in the Public Realm, The Great Pause, Urbanism|Tags: , , |

THE ARTISTS' EMBRACE In the face of the unbearable sadness of the coronavirus pandemic, artists in Seattle are bringing a sense of hope and a demonstration of love for the City. Throughout downtown, the Capitol Hill and Ballard neighborhoods, retail storefronts have been covered with plywood to ward off vandalism. Left blank, the bleakness [...]

November 2019

The Fence

2020-04-18T16:01:23-08:00Categories: Art in the Public Realm, Exhibitions, Photography, Urbanism|Tags: , |

THE FENCE & CHASE THE LIGHT Photocenter Northwest collaborated with The Fence, an annual large scale traveling photographic exhibition to present the work of participants in the PNCW annual photography festival, Chase the Light. The exhibition was mounted along the construction fence of the Seattle Waterfront, currently under redevelopment. All images are printed on [...]

August 2018

August 2017

April 2017

A Month in Rome. IV

2017-04-28T13:08:32-08:00Categories: Environment, Urbanism|

A SIDE TRIP TO ALBEROBELLO I spent my time in Alberobello in the Puglia region exploring the nooks and crannies of this remarkable and unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, lugging my pinhole camera and tripod up and down Rione Monte early in the morning before the tourists gather and swarm through the small [...]