A group of photographs that are sold as posters in a couple of upstate galleries can now be ordered from Imagekind, a marvelous site where you can order images in a variety sizes, printed on fine papers. You can also order the images framed and see virtual frames and walls with the photographs inserted. Here is the link: http://dianesmook.imagekind.com
Where to find my blog! dianesmook.wordpress.com
If you would like to learn more about the Art Creation Foundation for Children in Jacmel, Haiti, here is the foundation website.
Professional Women Photographers' website now contains galleries of members' work. A selection of images that do not appear on this website are located on the PWP site, such as my new portfolio of hay bales, and photographs of Tarik Currimbhoy's wonderful sculpture at Art/Omi. Here is the link.
If you would like to read Esther (Faity) Leeming Tuttle's book, "No Rocking Chair for Me: Memoirs of a Vibrant Woman Still Seeking Adventure in her 90's," you can order it from Amazon.
Reviews of my work in the New York Times can be found here and here .
If you would like to learn more about the work of choreographer Isabel Gotzkowsky, visit her dance company's website, www.isabelgo.org. She and her partner Jon Zimmerman have moved to Berlin, so don't be surprised if the performances listed are in Europe!
My solo exhibit in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, BECOMING DANCE: IMAGES OF A PROCESS was curated with great skill by Barbara Koppelman. Her photo editing skills are well-known by members of Professional Women Photographers and she can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can learn about the unique ecosystem in the Galapagos Islands by visiting the Charles Darwin Foundation, Inc. at www.galapagos.org.
I have had the good fortune to photograph the beautiful jewelry created by Kelli Peduzzi. Her meticulously crafted work can be seen at www.pureblissjewelry.com.
You can find more information about the activities of Professional Women Photographers at www.pwponline.org.
The American Society of Media Photographers, Inc. is located at www.asmp.org.
My photographs can be found within the online artists' files at Artists Space and on the site of the Columbia County Council on the Arts.
Would you like more information? Are you interested in ordering prints or the use of an image? Please send me an email. I would love to hear from you!