One of my images from my trip to the Mississippi Delta has been selected by Elizabeth Avedon for inclusion in Southern Landscapes 2017: “Southern landscapes depict the physical elements of the American South (hills, water, architecture, light …) as well as the cultural aspects.” The exhibition will be held at the Brickworks Gallery, Atlanta, March 1-31, 2017. A reception honoring the photographers will be held March 11th, 6-8pm. #Dogs #Mississippi
One of my images was just accepted into “Puppy Love“, a juried photo exhibition to benefit rescue dogs. The image selected is of a dog that was rescued from a South Korean Dog Food factory. A large group of them are being socialized at the San Diego Humane Society. The dogs are so beautiful, many of them are purebreds, but they’ve never had human interaction. This has been going on for several months now and a few have been adopted. So sad to see them so skittish and frighte
The Magnolia State continues to leave its imprint on America, first by playing a pivotal role in the Civil War and later serving as the setting for some of the landmark events in the struggle for Civil Rights. Mississippi is regarded as a unique and rich intersection of history, architecture, commerce, culture, and the arts. Rich in soil, music and culture, the Mississippi Delta is one of those unique regions that has come to hold a special place in the American imagination.