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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Hi Jan and Kirk,
    Congratulations! Sounds like a great exhibit and I'm sure it is. I'll put it on the calendar in case a southern migration develops.

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    I was one of the 100 or so there on Friday night and the work was wonderful. “How was it?” she asked, when I got back home. “Breathtaking,” I said. The print-making and compositions were absolutely wonderful. For this photog, inspiring.
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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Peter,

    .....thank you for coming up to see the show.....a true New Mexican of one week.....and thank you for the kind words.....see you when you unpack.....jan

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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Collins View Post
    I was one of the 100 or so there on Friday night and the work was wonderful. “How was it?” she asked, when I got back home. “Breathtaking,” I said. The print-making and compositions were absolutely wonderful. For this photog, inspiring.
    Thanks for the kind words Peter. You made my day.
    Thanks,
    Kirk

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    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    For anyone who wants to visit, the show is up through the end of April. We don’t have s firm closing date as yet. Also drop me a line if you are going. I may be able to meet you there.

    The exhibit is open:
    12:00-3:00 Tuesday
    10:00-4:30 Wednesday
    12:00-3:00 Thursday
    10:00-4:30 Friday
    Closed - Saturday, Sunday & Monday
    Thanks,
    Kirk

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    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Sounds like a great exhibit - and I, too, will put this on my list if I can swing a visit to S.F. while its still up.

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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    This sounds like some of the successful exhibitions in the 60's and 70's; several participants, often three, presenting different visions and techniques. Also a treat and education for the viewing audience.

    Kudos to your curator, and of course the participants! Wish I lived closer.

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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Merg,

    .....Kirk, Philip, and myself pitched the show to Tony O'Brien.....he liked the idea, so on we went.....we took the space divided it up so it went we got some great press and the rest is history.....we had a great group come to see the show with some Gallery people and some curators from the Museums in Santa Fe.....so no curator was involved or harmed in the making of this show.....jan

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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    so no curator was involved or harmed in the making of this show.....jan
    Thanks,
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    And miles to go before I sleep,
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    Re: Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Pietrzak View Post
    Merg,

    .....Kirk, Philip, and myself pitched the show to Tony O'Brien.....he liked the idea, so on we went.....we took the space divided it up so it went we got some great press and the rest is history.....we had a great group come to see the show with some Gallery people and some curators from the Museums in Santa Fe.....so no curator was involved or harmed in the making of this show.....jan
    Thanks, Jan. So, you three were the curators. That's the way to go when possible; especially when it comes to sequencing. How many prints in the show?

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