I was so pleased to be included in the fantastic group photography show, Buy Art Before You’re 60, curated by the indomitable Andrea Potts. This show has been a San Francisco tradition since 1998, and I’ve been honored to participate in it from the beginning.
This year, Andrea put a twist on things by holding the show at Cornerstone Sonoma, one of my favorite spots in the wine country. It’s a crazy cool collection of shops, eateries, wineries, and amazing garden installations from the country’s top landscape architects. (My next-choice career after “wedding photographer” was “landscape architect”, so I’m especially mesmerized by the incredible installations.)
Cornerstone is a beautiful site for weddings, and I have shot there… but on Sunday, I had the rare treat to bring my family along for a lovely, summery afternoon in the sun, admiring art and reconnecting with friends… no work required!
Here are the two pieces that were selected for the show:
Here’s how they looked, framed up nice and pretty: