A late season winter storm has settled in over this tiny island, bringing with it buckets of rain, cool temperatures and a threat of snow to volcanic mountain peaks. Massive surf pounds the northern coastlines, leading to a capsized 24' boat & crew during early morning hours. Rescue efforts managed to rescue all involved, boat included. No casualties reported. Seemingly moments later, reports of a 6.6 earthquake off the coast of Japan began filtering in. Twenty minutes later an all-clear came in and another potential for a massive Pacific tsunami has been averted.
Weather aside, most of the previous week has been spent scouting, preparing for and executing a two day assignment in food porn. All went well and the weather has provided the opportunity to dodge outdoor domestic duties to hunker down and move towards finishing up the post-processing & edit. The best of the new work will be up on display as soon as the commissioning party begins making use of it.
It's also exhibition season in these parts with two juried shows rapidly approaching. Intended submissions for Art Maui have been picked up from the framers and are even more stunning, if I am allowed to say so, when viewed behind glass. Five other works submitted last week to the upcoming show in H'lulu. Word on jury results should arrive on thursday.
And... as mentioned in a previous post, I will be conducting a one-day workshop on portraiture at the University of Hawaii New Pacific Media Center in Honolulu. The date now set in stone just a short time ago for the class Portraiture: From Street to Studio, an all day event with lecture, discussion and hands-on demos/opportunities for all participants. Mark you calendars for August 9.
|Ferry Passenger, Java, Indonesia|
Correction... word has just come in that due to scheduling conflicts, the workshop Portraiture: From Street to Studio has been moved to June 28.