It was a bittersweet moment, taking down the project that stood so close to me since October 2014. It is funny how fast one year can go by and how so many important and yet trivial life experiences are thrown at you side by side. It seems alot to handle - but I never felt that My Louisiana Muse ever was out of control or hard to handle at any times. Traveling over 1400 miles, to Monroe twice (!), managing the relearning of the darkroom and bromoil process by books and Youtube, and playing the press release shuffle...i felt that I was always in control. I was in control because this project involved 14 talented artists and so many people behind the scenes that I was both indebted to, and who had my back. I am so grateful to have been afforded this experience.
So as the show came down this week, I am very excited at what the near future holds. Never one to count the chickens, stay tuned here until we can celebrate another hatch.