See my latest Views from the Flying Carpet Fine Art Aerial Prints Exhibit at Wil McNabb Fine Jewelry 18 N Leroux Street in Flagstaff, opening February 6th at First Friday Artwalk, and continuing through March 4th!
This show again features fabulous C-prints crafted by Master Photographic Printer Richard Jackson, including Darkness Falls (right) debuting in print for the first time.
Flagstaff locals know Wil McNabb and his wonderful team Sue and Tina as fine people and talented jewelers. I’m honored to be invited to show there. Stop by and check out their fine work, and mine!
Other exhibit news…
In other exhibit news, I’m proud to have two invited images as metal prints in the Flagstaff Arts Council 10×10 Fundraiser exhibit, running through Valentine’s Day at Flagstaff’s Coconino Center for the Arts.
This is one of my favorite shows of the year – “100 artists :: 100 square inches :: 100 dollars” – in all sorts of media to benefit FAC. Don’t miss it!
6 thoughts on “See Greg’s latest Fine Art Aerial Photography exhibit!”
Breath taking photos! That’s awesome!
Thank you, Angela!! (See my fine art aerial photography links at right.)
Hi Greg, always enjoy your column in AOPA Flight Training magazine. I noticed in 3/15 that the young lady on the left (Emily?) in the photo appeared to have an empty right sleeve with no hand extended. Is she indeed missing her right arm ? This, if true, is very sad. I hope it’s just her way of tucking her arm inside the body of the sweatshirt as youngsters often do.
All the best,
Santa Fe, NM
Hi George, I’m happy to report that her hand is indeed in her sleeve. Thanks for your kind words about my column!