Brick and Mortar Gallery in Easton, Pennsylvania
I love Easton.
I've lived here for over ten years and I've watched it evolve in waves. It's a wonderful thing to see a place grow and become itself and fulfill it's potential. I love being an artist in this town. Nothing builds, nurtures, and sustains a true sense of community like creative energy. That's one reason why the opening of Brick and Mortar Gallery feels like more than just another business opening. It means that creativity has taken root here and Easton's cultural identity is primed to start thriving on a higher level than it ever has. I was thrilled to be asked to be part of their second show. Thanks to all who came to the opening. Here are some photos of the gallery.