STILL trying to get caught up with things after a whirlwind few weeks. After finally getting back home from Cape Town (after a 60 hour traveling nightmare compliments of Delta Airlines), I left 12 hours later to fly to Houston for the NCECA Conference. Jet lag and traveling exhaustion made for some interesting conversations for the first day or two of NCECA, but otherwise it was a productive conference. It seems like the days of just casually wandering from gallery to gallery are gone now as I was busy with some NCECA meetings and other commitments. As some of you know, I was nominated to run for an NCECA Board position this year. I didn't get elected, but I was happy to have the opportunity to get up in front of people at NCECA and talk about my beliefs in the free and open access to information .. something I think NCECA could improve on! In any event, after getting back from NCECA, I left again just a couple of days later to drive work to Edinboro University in Pennsylvania for the Ceramics Invitational exhibition there. I brought two works there, a smaller curling work and a larger one. Here's an image of the poster in a hall outside the gallery …
Hope to get more images from the show soon, for now, that's it. Back to work.