UPDATE: The pictures have been hung and now it’s time to give them a good look.
I will be at the T&P Tavern Friday, February 18th at 8pm. Please come and check out these photos if you are free. I must admit, they look better in person.
See you there!
Back in November I took photos of the Texas & Pacific Building in downtown Fort Worth, highlighting the wonderful details of the 1930’s art deco architecture. And now I have stumbled into a unique opportunity. The T&P Tavern located in that building has graciously allowed me to hang a few of my photographs to sale. It’s crazy to think that one morning I woke up dreaming of working with film and the darkroom…and now I am selling photos of this beautiful building. There obviously is more to the ‘…’ in this story, but I’ll save that for another time.
I have added a new page ‘for sale’ with all 13 photos in the series for sale. The photography shown framed will be hanging in the T&P Tavern shortly. The weather around here isn’t working on my side today. However, I will post again once I finally get a chance to physically hang these beauties up.
So for now, check out the ‘for sale’ page if you are itching for a sneak peak. And if you are interested in purchasing any photographs or just want to contact me, check out the ‘contact mel’ page.