Scott Nichol who was there and shared these photos, I so appreciate it. The venue looks amazing and having perused the work that was chosen for this show, including two phenomenal prints by Scott, it was an impressive group and I am humbled to be in such company.
|Scott Nichol (Memories of Water)|
I was introduced to Scott's work when I first saw an image he did with Ida Mae several years ago, I believe he was using a Lensbaby and I was awe struck by the beauty of it, that photo took my breath away.
Below is his image "Clay, Frame #3" with Stephanie Anne Landers, that is dwarfed by a 6' tall work by Chris Day hanging next to it, wow.
But go see more of Scott Nichol's wonderful work is on his web site, here: Silverystars.
"That you work with no net is seen as foolhardy by most, yet you've known from that first wobbly step that timidity dilutes photographic achievement, and great poetry never rhymes." ~Andrew Stark