This weekend, December 5-6, is the Winter Art Market at the Rome Civic Center. The weather is supposed to be beautiful and I'm really excited to see all my fellow artists and crafters and all the patrons of the show. I'll have some of my 2016 calendars available as well as a few new photos. If you come to the show please mention the code "winter 2015" I'll give you 15% off your total order.
The hours are Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The second photo below is a new experiment and will be debuted this weekend. It's similar to a typical panoramic photo you see, but I photographed this by flipping the camera upside down instead of moving it side to side. Let me know what you think!
Ryan Smith, a Berry College graduate and former photojournalist, is a fine art photographer. He is well-known in Rome, Georgia for his unique perspective and captivating images. His art can be found on the walls of the local hospital, businesses throughout Rome and in the living rooms of art patrons all over. While a majority of his art is focused on the city of Rome and Berry College, he is also renowned for his "decay" photographs, which bring a beautiful perspective to areas others would view as deteriorated. Ryan's most recent project, the White Piano, has blurred the lines of his styles. Beginning in the world of decay, the White Piano has ventured throughout Rome and Floyd County for some of the most acclaimed photographs yet.