News About Waterline
Royal Gallery at 621 Toulouse St. in the French Quarter of New Orleans agrees to carry the WATERLINE poster.
"WATERLINE: make levees, not war" is part of a juried alumni art exhibit in the Burrison Gallery at the University of Pennslyvania.
WATERLINE posters are for sale selected Saturdays at Monroe's Downtown River Market.
The WATERLINE Facebook page is launched. "Likes" quickly surpass 200.
The WATERLINE poster is printed with funds from the ULM College of Arts & Sciences McKneeley Professorship in the Humanities.
Northminster Church invites an artist's talk in conjunction with the exhibit.
"WATERLINE: Landscape with Voices" addresses the process of developing the installation, as well as how the comments written on the panels by viewers add to the power and meaning of the project.
Northminster Church in Monroe extends an invitation to exhibit WATERLINE, an interactive photo installation at the church throughout Lent.
Panels are installed around most of the perimeter of the narthex. On a wall to the left of the entrance, several framed montages are hung.
The first WATERLINE panel is retired and framed in raw pine for this exhibit. The piece is titled WATERLINE: make levees, not war.
Two walls of WATERLINE panels are installed as part of an entry into the group exhibit, Art with a View. The judges award WATERLINE 1st Place in the Multi-Media Division.
WATERLINE, an interactive photo installation debuted at Art with a View in December 2006 and returned in 2008. Several panels were exhibited at Art with a View in 2009 and 2010.
See WATERLINE's complete exhibit history.
WATERLINE is exhibited at CrossKeys Bank in northeastern Louisiana. One panel from the exhibit�a montage of images complete with comments from several installations--is framed to hang in the bank's exhibit space.
Several other matted and framed montages of images are made especially for this unique WATERLINE show.
WATERLINE: But Love Remains is not for sale, but several matted and framed montages are for sale in the Gift Shop.