Tuesday, November 27, 2007
This year we spent Thanksgiving with my family in Ohio. It's always nice to see my grandmother, aunts, uncles, cousins, and family pets! If that sounds chaotic, it is... but it is also pretty fun having a big family.
These are only a few of the photos I took during the festivities.
My grandmother, who looks entirely too young for her age:
My uncle and cousin:
The following are all my cousins!
Of course I have to take photos of the puppies!
And that top photo is one Andy took of me staring down Honey, the MiniPin that is smaller than my head.
I hope everyone else had just as wonderful a holiday!
Monday, November 26, 2007
I know, I know... I am a bad blogger. But I have been out of town for almost a week, so I sort of have an excuse for the infrequent posting. While I am wading through the images I shot over the holiday, you can read this review of my recent solo exhibit and artwork written by Alexandra Silverthorne. Alexandra is a DC area photographer as well, and you should check out some of her other work while you are over at her blog.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
I have been neglecting my blogging duties as of late. But that's partly because I have been redoing my art site. The old one just wasn't cutting it as far as aesthetics went, so I redesigned it to be a better fit with my work. It's very simple, and there are some changes yet to be made, but this is what it looks like right now. Let me know if you find any glitches, since I want to make sure it works on everyone's computers!
Visit the site here: www.eantognoli.com
Sunday, November 04, 2007
Fragments & Ashes opened last night to a great reception, and was the first showing of more than a handful of my Holga works at any given time. All together, I displayed 27 individual pieces at the Dumbarton Concert Gallery. I had to edit out quite a few, but in the end I would rather do that than crowd the work, so it all turned out well, and I thought the show looked amazing. Thanks so much to Jen Whitney for helping to organize and hang everything!
I want to thank everyone who came out to see my art show on opening night. Without you, the show would not have been nearly as fun. Aside from all those people I didn't know, a lot of my friends came out to support my first solo show in the DC area, and that made it extra cool. I would name you all, but am afraid I'd leave someone out, so I won't do that! And thanks to those who bought my work as well. I hope you enjoy displaying the photos as much as I enjoyed making them!