It’s an exciting time, as I have photos in two shows that opened last weekend. On Friday the Albany Center Gallery’s Members’ Show opened, which included a photograph from Glen Rose, Texas that I created last month. Glen Rose is renowned for the use of petrified wood in masonry buildings from the 1920s and 30s. The petrified wood in this building has been found to be 112 million years old! The tire tracks and empty beer cans in the photo are of much more recent vintage. 🙂
On Saturday the Garrison Art Center opened its 7th PHOTOcentric Annual International Juried Photography Exhibition, which included my photograph “Fisherman’s Hut.” Coincidentally, this photo received an Honorable Mention in last year’s Albany Center Gallery Members’ Show.
I’ve been doing a lot of work on a few different series this year – some of which will soon be presented here. It’s great to have a couple images make it into shows at year’s end!
All photographs are © Dave Higgins and “Dave Higgins Photography,” 2015; all rights reserved.