Quirky Artist Stories Nbr 3 – Five Crows Brick & Mortar
In these days when anyone can set up an online shop to sell photography, I am proud to be represented by an honest-to-goodness brick & mortar gallery, Five Crows. Owned by five dynamic women artists – aka The Crows – the gallery is a true gem, offering fine art photography, handmade jewelry, designer handbags and clothing, original paintings, scarves, stained glass, pottery and a slate of fascinating artist-taught classes. I’m honored to be one of the Featured Artists there this August, and to be in the company of accomplished photographers Beth Hoffer and Eric Roux.
Also, a quick thanks to the kind folks at Charles River Canoe & Kayak. Many of my Great Blue Heron and Egret photos were taken from the seat of a CRCK kayak.
Maybe this post could be filed under shameless self-promotion?
Great Blue Heron, Magnolia, Five Crows
Posted on August 18, 2014, in Art, Audubon, Bird photography, Charles River Watershed, Fine art, Flower Photography, Great Blue Heron, Magnolia, Nature, Photography, Photography challenge, postaday, Wildlife Photography and tagged Five Crows, great blue heron, postaday. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.