My exhibit of photographs titled “Paths and Portals” ends today at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. Thanks to all the people who came to the receptions (the opening and the closing) and to those who left comments for me at the Center. This image “Bougainvillea red and white” was one of the more popular photographs. Perhaps the colors speak of warmth and summer, while we’re still battling winter’s grip here in Minnesota. This scene is from Tucson, Arizona and caught my eye with its contrasting colors as well as the details that were so artistically painted over the door.
I have a new exhibit of photographs that just opened this week at the Hopkins Center for the Arts in Hopkins, Minnesota. The exhibit includes 37 images, and is displayed in both the main and second-floor lobbies. The opening night reception was last Thursday, February 26th, which also happened to be the biggest snowstorm of the winter here in the Twin Cities. My many, many thanks to the people who braved the treacherous roads and the blowing snow to come to the exhibit. The photographs will remain on display through March 29th. For further information, please check my website (www.lindastaatsphoto.com) or the website for the Arts Center (www.hopkinsartscenter.com).