After a week off to prepare for a photography exhibit, I have returned to help edit the labels for the upcoming 65th Annual Watercolor Exhibit. When I came in, I saw the paintings in person as one of the workers put them up on display. The paintings ranged from landscapes to portraiture to still life. The museum grouped them all together by subject and motif to make a nice rhythm.
While I waited for my instructions, I checked out a new exhibit they had at the bottom floor. The museum put together a show dedicated to the photography of Carl Moser. I must say, I love the way he handles color and framing. Plus, the way he photographs himself reminds me of Cindy Sherman. I hope one day that I will have my exhibit here in this museum. I am also going to photograph the upcoming reception the following sunday. This thursday, I will help put up the labels for each painting.
In other news, I am planning to do some research on some artists from the Hudson River Valley permanent exhibit.