Shot way back when in Pittsburgh.
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I have two photographs up at The Framesmith on Murray Ave. in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh,PA. Michael Ninehouser, a great painter and framer and hilarious short story writer (?!)…filmmaker…wearer of good glasses (he does it all), sent me these photos as proof. Work by Mike and Jamie Adams is in the window (seen in the last picture).
So sometimes you miss things…such as reviews in newspapers…hurray for the internet and the ability to get these things later on. I’ve included the image, Hitchhike, from The Parkhurst Slides.
Kurt Shaw reviewed the Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s Biennial (June 2010) in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review and I got a nice little line:
Though excellent oil paintings like these abound, there are a variety of more cutting-edge mediums represented. Still keeping with the theme of nature, Pittsburgh’s Magali Duzant shows a digital image of a hitchhiker in a looming landscape. Titled “Hitchhike,” the archival inkjet print is every bit as lush as an oil painting, even though it is a photographic collage.
I am in Pittsburgh on the first stop of my trip. Some things have come up because never forget nothing ever goes as planned or works like you want it to. I am restructuring my trip so it is safe but adventurous, epic but accomplishable for a single female traveler. My traveling companion dropped out a bit late which sent my plans into …. well into planning as I go.
I will be doing a few sections to complete the whole. Section one will be midwest and the great lakes, section two is the west coast, section three is southwest. It’s forming as I go, which is a bit scary but also kind of exciting.
I am working on car rental issues, map making, residency applying, and errand running from my first stop – steelers’ country. I found the above image on my hard drive. It was taken in Braddock while I was working on a collaborative project with a friend. Anyway, when I figure out step 2, I will post.
A few weeks ago I shot an event for an incredibly talented composer, Nathan Hall. The event was structured as a walking tour of the Northside. Nathan composed a series of pieces all inspired by the history and architecture of spaces visited along the walk, including the New Hazlett Theater and the Mattress Factory. Here are two quick images from the performance: