Driver Side Window

May 02, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
In an effort to maintain physical aka social distancing, I’ve been doing this driver side window thing to remain active because taking photographs helps me decompress. Will continue to update as I take photos during this time. Pic 1: @youngjarus // @walltherapyn Pic 2: @wes21_schwarzmaler // @onurpainting // @walltherapyny, Pic 3: @vballenti...
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Douglass and Lincoln at School 22

February 26, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
The students of Abraham Lincoln School 22 have a cool new view at the entrance to the building, a sculpture of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. Artist @shawndunwoody said the piece was inspired by the first meeting of the two men at the White House. As the story goes, in 1863 Douglass arrived to meet the President without an appointment as m...
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A Sunday with George

February 23, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
I spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon at the George Eastman Museum, spending most of the time exploring the beautiful historic mansion during the annual Dutch Connection
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Meet me at the MAG

February 09, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Uh, about Thursday night... Honestly, I’m still processing because I can’t believe the Memorial Art Gallery really invited me to their Cocktails with Creatives event to talk about memes, my love for Rochester and public art in front of a packed room. The presentations were Pecha Kucha format, 20 slides and 20 seconds each slide to discuss. Below ar...
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'The Legacy Project: The Eyes of Our Ancestors'

January 21, 2020  •  2 Comments
“We stand on the shoulders of giants” Over two dozen closeup portraits of local and national inspirational individuals chosen by East High students, parents and faculty, with art direction by Shawn Dunwoody, were unveiled this week at the school. 'The Legacy Project: The Eyes of Our Ancestors' are in the school’s courtyard and includes both natio...
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