Flower Mandalas

Flower Mandalas


For Boston-area readers: Two-Person Show and Talk

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Flower Mandalas at the Griffin Museum of Photography
Boston-area readers interested in seeing my work in person are invited to go to the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts. I will be part of a two-person show held in conjunction with the museum’s 14th Annual Juried Show. A short film about me and my “healing images” will be part of the show, and I will also be giving an informal gallery talk before the show’s opening.
Here’s the announcement:

Two-Person Show and Gallery Talk at the Griffin Museum of Photography
David Bookbinder, Flower Mandalas
Laurie Lambrecht, Lake Trees
Among the artists in the 14th Juried Exhibition, David Bookbinder and Laurie Lambrecht were chosen to present a joint show in the Atelier Gallery. Bookbinder exhibits Flower Mandalas, patterns of color and light that are digitally manipulated to create healing images. Lambrecht shows Lake Trees, a series of photographs of trees that reflects the ever-changing language of landscape.
Before the opening of the exhibits, museum members can enjoy a gallery talk with David Bookbinder.
Opening reception: June 5, 7-8:30PM
Gallery talk: June 5, 6:15-7PM
Show runs through August 31, 2008

Hope to see some of you there!
More anon,
David
Discussion:
Art, Healing, and Transformation group
Flower Mandalas Project group
Cultivating Creativity group
Request a flower mandala screensaver: Fifteen Flower Mandalas
Images © 2004-2008, David J. Bookbinder



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