Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A Photographer Grows in Brooklyn

Yesterday I spent the afternoon in Brooklyn. A small collection of my urban photography is currently being featured at Le Chandelier Salon in Park Slope, Brooklyn. If you live in the area, please do go check it out and stay tuned for details for a petite cocktail reception/meet the artist party in January after the craziness of the holiday season passes.

Le Chandelier is located at 264 Fifth Avenue between Carroll Street and Garfield Place in lovely Park Slope. If you don't live in the area, and you are curious, then here is a sneak preview of what you would see on the walls. Incidentally, I did take some photos of the display but I have been so crazed that I haven't had a moment to upload them to the computer.

Today's soundtrack is inspired by the release of the new Guns-n-Roses > album, Chinese Democracy.

CSI: DUMBO

Of a Curious Nature

esta noche volveré

Lego Land

Hot Purple Lips

Working It

PS--talk about things happening for a reason (and I'm a big believer) - I met the owner of the salon, a wonderful woman named Tara, when I sold her an apartment! We became fast friends and I can tell we will know each other for a long time.


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1 comment:

j'taimee said...

Chessa! This is amazing! ...makes me wish I could rock up on your reception.
My favorite is the second - specifically the reflected image. You capture reflections better than almost anyone I've seen - and consistently so. Thanks for sharing.