No exhibition possible in 2020. No problem!
Here is my very first virtual exhibition: Chaos & Multitudes.
You can visit it in my galleries.
Two of my images recently received a “Highly Commended” award from the International Garden Photographer of the Year 14 competition. Both of them in the Trees, Woods & Forests category.
The first one was taken in Belgium, close to the tiny village of Ortho, in the Ourthe valley. The other one was shot in Oregon, on a small side-road in the Clackamas valley, South-East of Portland.
As promised in my previous post, as the Namur Nature Festival is now finished, I will show you my pictures that were selected among the finalists of the contest.
It was actually even better than I thought: during the awards ceremony last week, I had the (very nice) surprise to be awarded the Award for best Mini-Serie for the four images shown below.
For the second time, I have participated to the Randonnée d’Artistes de Rixensart (could be translated by Artist’s Walk) and it has just ended. I spent two week-ends welcoming visitors attracted by my exhibition.
I must confess that I was quite impressed by the way visitors reacted to my pictures. I did not think that they could have so much success. Lesson learned!
To all of those who visited my exhibition, a big thank you for your comments, discussions, but also useful tips for preparing my future photographic trips in Belgium or abroad.
My pictures shown during the Randonnée d’Artistes are now visible in my gallery.
You can also find below the catalogue/price list of the exhibition (in French).
While preparing this catalogue and doing my first steps with the page layout software Scribus (a free open source alternative to InDesign), I thought that it would be a good exercise to rapidly produce another catalogue with the pictures of my previous exhibition, showing mostly pictures from my “Intrigantes” series that I had presented during the Randonnée d’Artistes de Rixensart 2010.
One of my visitors, who is often documenting events in our town, has taken a few pictures during my exhibition. You can see them here. A big thank you to him to have highlighted me on his Rixensart Facebook page.
Many of the visitors who were also photographers wanted to know where I had had my prints done. It was at Authentic. They produced excellent direct prints of my pictures on Dibond. All visitors found the result excellent, giving a kind of smooth grain to the image, probably due to the ink used, and allowing to hang the picture on a wall without further need for a frame.
For photographers that might me interested, I will soon publish a post about my experience with various print types at Authentic.
Now, I need to start working on producing a book with the pictures from the exhibition and many others that could not be shown due to lack of space.