Monday, June 18, 2007

Twenty Years, Twenty Stories



It has taken well over a year to put together, but the first retrospective exhibit of my 22 years of photography is now complete and finishing it's first run at the Pearson Lakes Art Center in Okoboji, Iowa. We had 400 people there for the opening night and it has stayed very busy throughout the showing. The interactive exhibit, which includes photography, journal entries, and ipod stories, weaves together a series of adventures, forming a larger storyboard of life, travels, and challenges. Look for the exhibit traveling around Iowa through 2007-2008. Schedules will be available through the Lakes Art Center. Use the link on the website. Thanks to everyone who has helped with this amazing project.

10 comments:

David Thoreson said...

Cool site, add more!

Deidre said...

Congratulation in becoming a member to the blogging world. Great show by the way, it is a phenomenon - your work inspires the mind and external world to interact. You have done a fine job with your life's work. And as I see it, there are a lot more things to come!

RICHARD said...

ON THIS COMING MONDAY EVE, THE IS A "BON VOYAGE'" GATHERING AT THE .....LUX...........IN A..P. DAVID HAS COMMITED TO A SHORT SPEECH, AND A LENGHTY DISERTATION, IN ADDITON TO APPROPRIATE TOASTS AND SALUTATIONS. THERE IS A CASH BAR, AND FREE OR'DERVES. AND TO QUOTE JIMMY BUFFETT...".BULL-SHIT BY THE TON".

t in santa fe said...

hey david - so i won't be able to officially see you off on this journey. glad to hear that okoboji is sending you off proper. i guess i'll have to raise a glass to you monday night with all santa fe's ranchers, woo-woos and crossdressers (read, calvin) at the cowgirl or del charo.

Lissa said...

Looks like Cloud Nine is about 350 or 400 miles away from Halifax in the middle of the Atlantic. Thanks to all you amatuer radio operators of the APRS database for helping us keep our eyes on our beloved prizes. Thanks to all who experienced David's 20 year retropect exhibition. It will continue to progress with the progression of life. See all the images at www.lakesart.org. MORE TO COME.

RICHARD said...

PLEASE LOOK SOON IN DAVID'S GALLERY WINDOW FOR A PLOT MAP OF HIS PROGRESS. THIS MAP SHOULD BE UP WITHIN A WEEK OR SO, AND FOLLOW HIS TRANSIT ATTEMPT, HOPEFULLY TO A SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION. GOOD WIND AND GOD SPEED DAVID.

Lissa said...
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Lissa said...

check out www.winlink.org/positions/PosReportsDetail.aspx?callsign=N0DUY if you want to keep up on the locatio of Cloud Nine. It's really cool!!!

Gunnar said...

I have been out to the www.winlink.org site, really cool to track Cloud Nine's progress. Hopefully we will be getting some blogs from Cloud Nine along the way.

The Twenty years, twenty stories exhibit was inspiring and FANTASTIC...great job Dave!

Susan said...

Hi Dave & Crew, We love the 21st century aspect of being able to vicariously follow your journey sitting here in 80 deg weather as you approach weeks of rain and sleet and gales. Lon's threatening to dig out his ham radio!
Love, Lon & Susie
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