it is with great pleasure that i announce the opening reception for my show: a collection of photographs inspired by what cézanne called "petite sensation," the suddenness of seeing the world around you.
the images live inside of handmade frames, designed and created by jason libsch here in our woodshop. the frames are things of beauty: white-washed poplar, with a deep profile, thin face and finger joints. designed to disappear, the slim nature of the frame contrasts beautifully with the 5' photographs.
Show up from Sept 23 - Dec 2, 2013
2239 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA
Thurs, Nov 7, 2013
7 - 9PM
if you'd like to receive one of these printed cards in the mail, let me know and i'd be happy to send it along.
i also made a set of offset-printed postcards to accompany the show. it is a limited edition of 500, hand-numbered.
my cats, fripp and eno, were unwilling participants in my impromptu backyard photo shoot yesterday. i was just looking for an interesting way to share the holographic foil stamp on the packaging, something i'm really excited about.
i'll have discounted sets available for purchase at the opening and beyond that, find them at some of my favorite san francisco shoppes: gravel and gold, foggy notion, rare device and flora grubb gardens. on the east side of the bay, they'll be at james rowland shop and erica tanov.