I'm very pleased to have had a piece accepted into the 2014 "Places of Mackinac" art exhibit at the Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum... and a photograph no less, the first time I've had a photo on public exhibit.
My photo is entitled "Winter Blues" and depicts foot thick slabs of ice, piled on the shore of the Island. This ice is bright blue and glows against the gloomy grey sky, absorbing and reflecting every bit of ambient light.
How is this a "place" of Mackinac?
Well, every island is ultimately defined by water and for the year round residents of Mackinac, winter's ice and it's impact on our lives, is most certainly a "place"!
If you're visiting Mackinac Island this summer, do try and make time to visit our art museum - the permanent collection is fabulous and the seasonal, juried exhibit is always a pleasure too!