Tonight's the night of my talk at the New York Society for Ethical Culture (NYSEC) located at 2 West 64th Street. It will start at 6:30 PM and is scheduled until 8:00 PM.
Please see press release for details.
By the way, the photo atop this posting is a very partial of The Adler Study, the room where my event is to take place.
I hope the seats are filled to the max and that audience members will enjoy the presentation, which is mostly based on the birds featured in my book series, Words In Our Beak.
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But I will also include info re the now celeb Mandarin duck as he spends a lot of his time in the pond that is located in the area of Central Park that is not too far from NYSEC...
|SEE MY FAA COLLECTION FOR IMAGE DETAILS|
... as seen here in my photo that NYSEC used to promote the venue.
On another mote, I'm happy to say I sold a large print of this image via Fine Art America (FAA). It was great to receive the notification yesterday since that was the eve of my presentation.
I might never have sold it if Chris Deatherage (CD) had not uploaded it on my behalf. My phone line has been down and Internet has been "spotty," CD truly helped this to happen!
A few hours after I received the notice of this sale, I was notified again by FAA to let me know that someone else had purchased two of my kaleidoscopic images, Sunset In Riverside Park as well as Rocks by Strawberry Fields; and requested these to be printed on metal.
Samples can be seen below (respectively).
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Both of these photographs were featured in a very large format for an three person art exhibition that was hosted at The New York Gallery Building back in 2002! Sunset In Riverside Park was the subject of a radio interview with John Montone.
These recent sales probably occurred because FAA has a free shipping promotion on any items purchased up until midnight tonight EST, here is the link to their promo, hope you can take advantage of the savings; especially since today is cyber Monday!
And I'll leave you with that for today, dear reader, as I have so much work to do before tonight's presentation!