“ROAD” An Exhibition Conceived and Curated by W.M. Hunt
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I’m pleased to announce that I recently received news that out of over 600 entries, both national and international, I was chosen as one of 33 photographers for the Exhibition “ROAD”. This exhibition was conceived and curated by the esteemed W.M. Hunt.
The image that Mr. Hunt chose was “Untitled #20”.
ROAD is meant to include a wide range of photographs, from landscapes to portraits. To quote Mr. Hunt, “The road can be personal: a psychological or spiritual passage. Or it can be literal. The range is from transcendence to travel. It can take place in your head or in your backyard or in your car.”
The exhibition will take place at Castell Gallery in Asheville, NC.
If you happen to be in Asheville, Mr. Hunt will also be presenting a lecture on his collection and book, The Unseen Eye, at Black Mountain College Museum on Thursday, October 18th at 7:30 PM
An opening reception for ROAD will be held at Castell Gallery on Friday, October 19th from 6-8 PM. W.M. Hunt will be in attendance at the event, and will be giving a “walk-through” discussion of the exhibition. The exhibition runs thru November 24th, 2012.
Photograph by Harold Ross