Whoa. It’s October 1st. When did that happen? I realize it’s been well over a month since I last posted, and that’s bad. I know. BUT, throughout September I worked on two different prints and finished them both last week. And I spent today hanging my work for a group show that opens in Bloomington this Friday. So I’ve been productive, right?
Here are the details for the group show that opens this Friday in Bloomington:
What: Paths and Patterns
Where: Waldron Arts Center, 122 South Walnut Street, Bloomington, IN 47404
(opening reception this Friday, October 4, 5-8pm)
When: October 4-26
Who: myself and four other great Indianapolis artists: Jody Bruns, James Hubbard, Jill Sauerburger, and Anna Velez
Secondly, I wanted to mention that lately I have been enjoying the Instagram. I have found that Instagram is a great way to post quick glimpses of what I’m working on or what I’m inspired by in lieu of writing an entire blog post. So feel free to follow me at mnhauger on Instagram.
And lastly, what you’ve been waiting for, my most recent work. (I apologize that these photos are from my phone and the color isn’t that great…as soon as these prints are dry I will take my fancier photos and update my portfolio!) The landscape is the first in my Nicaragua series, entitled “Iglesia de La Recolección”.