Post 366: Dreamy Reflections

Shadow Greenery #1, January 31, 2013

Backlit Shadow Greenery #1, January 31, 2013

A challenge taken, and met. A journey made. This past 366 days have been instructive, challenging and inspiring. I met my goal of integrating art practice into my every day. I learned how some times, it is great to go ahead and work fast…see what happens. And that sometimes, I prefer more time. Photography and photographic art can seem like it should be instantly accomplished, but like all art, it demands its process, thought, rework and play. More soon.

Show Info: Debora Miller’s installation I’m Not Me, She’s Over There, and its companion outdoor piece Horizon Grid (viewable 24/7), is up until February 22nd at Susan Hensel Gallery. Open Mondays 10-5, and by generous appointments.

Please join us:
Closing Reception & Conversation with Debora Miller, moderated by Julia E. Babb
February 22, 2013, 7-9pm



Filed under Announcement, New Work, Process, The Gauntlet

3 responses to “Post 366: Dreamy Reflections

  1. Kathy Dawson

    Woo-hoooo! Congratulations! And thank you for sharing your extraordinary vision. Loved it!

  2. A gorgeous and mystery filled finale.

  3. Victoria Hartcup

    Congratulations Deb !
    Thank you for sharing your visual ideas so regularly and with such freshness. I throughly enjoyed the whole experience. It made me think about all sorts of ways of communicating the way we see the world.
    It is so important to express how you see what’s around you , because we forget, well, I forget, just how unique we are. A great treasure !

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