Hunters Point Open Studios fall 2007

Last Sunday I went to Hunters Point Open Studios with Aaron Zonka and Olya Milenkaya. As usual, I enjoyed it a lot. I always get inspired, and usually I see a few new artists whose work I’ve never seen before.

Aaron and Olya, both artists, seemed to like some of the work, but their general comment was something like “I didn’t see anything that really blew me away.”

Remind me not to go to Open Studios with artists anymore.

Anyway, here are most of my favorite artists from this year. Of course, these little images can’t do justice to seeing the real thing in three dimensions. Most of these are really tactile and the subtleties are absolutely lost when photographed and shrunken.

Ivy Jacobsen

Kim Smith

Mirang Wonne

Dennis Parlante

Thea Schrack

Derek Lynch

Carol Aust

Susan Spies

Bob Armstrong

Deborah Hayner

David Jay Trachtenberg

Peggy Snider

Patty Neal

Qi Re Ching
no website : \

And this one’s for Velma…

Debra King

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  1. Posted November 7, 2007 at 12:27 am | Permalink

    Very pretty.

    Are your photoblog thumbnails a day behind, or is the photoblog itself a day ahead?

  2. Posted November 8, 2007 at 7:06 pm | Permalink

    The thumbnail’s working fine for me. You were looking at it about the time it probably ticked over — midnight-ish. So you probably had yesterday’s thumbnail on the page wile you read the blog entry, and when you clicked trough after midnight, you saw today’s photo.

  3. Posted November 12, 2007 at 11:10 pm | Permalink

    Yes, but methinks the thumbnail and the main are on different timezones — it’s doing it now, after a force refresh even!

  4. Posted November 14, 2007 at 5:49 pm | Permalink

    Not for me. Hmm. You sure your computer is working again?

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