Greetings from San Cristobal and beyond. Autumn colors and clouds reflecting in Hopewell Lake and two images from my solo exhibit at Bareiss Gallery. My show is up until October 31, 2022. So far, visitors, sales, and many new collectors have made the show very successful. Thank you to all who came out, I am honored and grateful.
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The cottonwoods were peaking when we took a short walk along the lake shore.
I’m on a photo tour/workshop this week and we’ve seen some color changes on a grand scale. Hopewell Lake on Highway 64 is a go-to location, and if I go nowhere else in the fall I’ll be happy.
Two images from my show titled “The Eloquence of Silence, #1 and #2” I would welcome the opportunity to share my exhibit and new work with you. I’ll be in the gallery Saturday from 11 am -5 pm. I look forward to meeting you.
Silence has an eloquence surpassing that of speech; creating a space in which the heart’s thoughts can resound, and deeply-felt emotion can echo with a voice profound in another’s heart, that listens in the silence. (Howard Owen Smith – My Dad).
These two images work very well together as a pair.
My solo exhibition at Bareiss Gallery here in Taos continues through October 31, 2022. The gallery will be open 9 – 2 pm on weekdays. I’ll be there on Saturdays and by appointment. Come and visit. It will be great to meet you. G
Bareiss Gallery is located at:
15 State Rd 150 Taos, NM
As always thank you for looking. G
8 thoughts on “Autumn in New Mexico, Eloquence of Silence. 10-12-22”
Wow! Great works, Geraint.
All the best for the rest of the month.
Thank you, Larry, it’s going great. I wish you could see it. G
These photos are a great link to the NM we love for those of us a long distance away. Thank you, as always for posting them.
Thank you, Jim. I always appreciate your comments compliments and insights. G
once again – thanks for sharing
Thanks so much, Ron. I appreciate you looking. G
I agree. The most beautiful autumn 🍂 here in northern New Mexico—
It really is and is different and spectacular year after year. Thank you, Kristine. G