While I wait for Canon and Kodak to contact me about how I managed to create my own darkroom and pay me huge sums of money, I will go ahead and show it off. It has been years in the making, but finally this year I have finished creating my own darkroom. Funny thing about darkrooms if you are not familiar with them, the one requirement is that you in fact need a room to put it in. When I walked into my spare bathroom that just happens to be located in a dark basement that was no longer in use, my response could only have been, “What would Jerry Do?”
Sparing you the story of the long task of converting a bathroom into a darkroom, I will just let you know that you should just buy a new sink rather than reconstructing a sink bound for the dump.
Before I get emails from my die-hard fans(Hiroshi Sugimoto keeps telling me to reply back to him) I will admit that I am back in the studio and darkroom developing film and working on my next body of work.
But most importantly I think you should know, that you need to be at the Sheldon Swope Art Museum on July 10th at 4 pm. The 66th Annual Wabash Valley Exhibit is only display this Saturday and it would be wonderful if you came out to see it. Every year the show displays a diverse body of work from great artists from around the area. Last year I walked away with an award that funded the darkroom I have built. Can I manage to get another award this year? Maybe you should come out and see.
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