This year I am happy and proud to say that I will be one of the exhibiting artists in the Nature Undisturbed show. The juror, Amy Miller, is the Executive Director of ACP (Atlanta Celebrates Photography). The photograph that Ms. Miller selected is the Olympic Peninsula shot from my Out West series. It features a tree that is recognizable but not too familiar. It is not the oldest, tallest or most common, but it is beautiful and looks westward across the Pacific standing sentinel to all that spans back across the wondrous landscape that is America.
The opening reception for the exhibit is March 16th and runs through April. If you find yourself southeast of Atlanta think about taking a country road to the gallery and set a spell under a beautiful tree. You deserve it.