OMG! I’m getting an Award for Photographing Murals in Winnipeg.
I need to calm down if I’m ever going be ready for the event in time, but it’s hard not to be excited when I’m receiving:
“The Great Photographer Tribute Award” from Free Tag Zone
Now Free Tag Zone has a new concept to document these Murals When Resa Meets The Murals Of Winnipeg . As a matter of fact, the Official Acceptance and Thank You is taking place over there. Oh, and I’m the “Chief of Project” at When Resa Meets The Murals Of Winnipeg. I’m like, beyond ecstatic.
I need a special outfit for this .
Should I wear this Vintage (circa 1942) Black Net with sequins gown that I personally had underlined with blood red silk satin?
OR this antique (circa 1920) ecru lace gown with a training tail? I paired it with a beaded damask blazer (circa 1990)
Rats, I’ve run out of time! Sherrie, my driver, is here with the Limo!
I pick the black and red dress and run.
Tail lights burn stars in my eyes, as Sherrie guides the Limo through Queen’s end.
Blinded, I use a flashlight app to go over my “Thank you” speech from the back seat.
I am deeply honored to accept “The Great Photographer Tribute Award” from Free Tag Zone
I especially thank Eric Vandersteenen (Director – General Administrator) and Monique Deveen (Artistic Director – Main Photographer).
In my heart I thank Sherrie for chauffeuring me all over Winnipeg to shoot the Murals. Our adventures rock a lifetime! Although she was very sneaky taking pics of me while I took pics of Art. Sherrie’s Shots
All right, I’ve arrived at the Official Acceptance and Thank You
L’atelier d’expression photographique Free Tag Zone – Inventaire de l’éphémère, mené depuis le mois de septembre 2011 par Monique Deveen, est à la recherche permanente de toute forme d’expression de l’art urbain à Louvain-La-Neuve : street art, graffs, tags, graffitis, fresques murales, etc.