Today was the opening of the “What’s the Hook” exhibit at the Kentler Gallery. The photo I submitted to the show, entitled Keeping the Toilet Paper Safe, was sold before the opening.
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Hello there, and thank you for your comment today on my Belgrade blog! I love the idea of this exhibit, so much fun, and so smalltown, and I mean that in a very positive sense. I would love to see this exhibit, but it looks like it will be over by the time I hit New York late August—is this so? You can email me at the email I’ve left. Thanks.
Bibi in “yankee-in-belgrade.blogspot.com”
Woo-hoo!! Congrats!!! It is a great one with all that yellow shades. No wonder it sold so fast.
Oh I love this…. I’m not surprised it sold.
Good news…congratulations on selling your work. What a fabulous picture. The entire composition and subject matter, A+++
I really need to drop by your blog more often. Congrats on the sale, and thanks for the nice comments on my Flickr photos. Best of luck finding a new camera. For suggestions, you might check with our mutual friend Madame Urushiol. She’s an ardent photographer as well. *hug*
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