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Preparing for Maui exhibit

In March 2019 I was artist-in-residence at Haleakala National Park in Maui, Hawaii. At the end of my residency, Neida Bangerter, director of the Schaefer International Gallery at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, offered to show my work at the gallery. Well, a year went by, and we all know what happened then.

Now, after a couple of pandemic-related postponements, I’m proud to announce that the exhibit of my night sky work will finally be opening at the center in September! The show is called Infinite Night and it will be up from September 6 to October 22. Over half of the photos will be from Haleakala National Park, and the rest from other national parks on the mainland.

Richard unveils a 40x60 inch print.
Matt shows one of the Haleakala mounted prints, ready to be framed.

In late July I went to Flagstaff, Arizona, to sign the final prints of some of the pictures in the show. I work with Richard Jackson, one of the best printers in the business, who did an amazing job helping me fine-tune the digital files to print well on fine art paper. He also recommended a new type of paper, Canson Infinity’s Baryta II paper, which I’ve never used before, and the prints look great—better than ever!

Sixteen of these prints were framed by The Framing Department at Hidden Light lab, also in Flagstaff. Kristen and Matt Beatty did a really good job mounting and placing the photos in a simple black frame.

Six really big prints will be hung unframed. Those were rolled around a large tube for shipping to Maui.

In the next post, I’ll show three giant panoramas being printed on a fine weave linen.

Matt and one of the framed prints.
Six very large prints are rolled around a tube and wrapped, ready to be packaged for shipping.
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