Jean and I flew to Prescott last night for the opening of my new Views from the Flying Carpet Fine Art Aerial Photography Exhibit, at Sharlot Hall Museum.
As you can see, exhibit designer George Fuller did an a spectacular job of design, installation, and lighting. Running on a large screen in the exhibit room is Derek Ellis’s film about my flying and photography. I’ve never before enjoyed the opportunity to see my work exhibited like this, and boy was it a kick!
After the opening, Museum Director John Langellier and Curator Sandy Lynch treated us to a delicious dinner at Iron Springs Cafe – highly recommended! Flying home to the golden light of a full moon was a perfect ending for this wonderful evening.
My Sharlot Hall Museum exhibit runs daily through April 27th, 2014, and I do hope you’ll get the opportunity to get over and see it. (Here’s the Prescott Daily Courier article on the show.)
Many thanks to my new friends at Sharlot Hall for inviting me to exhibit, and to all who attended the opening!
©2013 Gregory N. Brown
PS: Museum admission is $7 for adults. Fly-in visitors can get there via Legend Aviation‘s courtesy car, or book rides with Classic Taxi.