Wednesday, April 29, 2009

silent G imagery Goes to Fort Worth

Several businesses around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex chose artwork from a submitted selection to display in their offices. Bob Quaglia, of silent G imagery, has three pieces on exhibition at University of Texas Arlington's offices in Fort Worth. In case you're in the neighborhood, you can check out some of his work. Here are the three photos they chose: Sepia Mesa, Crown of Thorns, Millipede Home. Of course, there's always the website. :)

Hooray for exposure!

1 comment:

  1. To further clarify Bob's exhibition, the competition was sponsored by The North Texas Business for Culture and the Arts. They use the phrase, "Art Means Business" in their communications and this year's competition was entitled Artworks 2009. My understanding is that after the initial "wave" of selections are completed, NTBCA continues to work with businesses to place art in their establishments.

    UTA/FW later contacted Bob and ask him for even more photographs, so he will be meeting with them in June, portfolios (mine too!!) in hand.