I'm really pleased to be part of this year's Postcards From the Edge exhibition that shows this weekend. This is a really fantastic yearly event that raises money for artists with HIV. Each postcard sized piece of art is exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased. Each piece is sold for $85. You can walk away with a piece by a famous artist, or someone making their debut. Whether you are going to purchase art or not, it's worth a visit to see the over 1600 entries and styles and to support such a worthy cause. My piece is a hand cut collage of mannequin photographs I have taken over the years. This is my fourth year participating in the event and I believe this is my best entry yet. More info on the event here
Robert P. Langdon is a photographer living in northern New Jersey. He enjoys walking around with his camera and capturing everyday objects in a way one might not experience with the naked eye. This blog is updated on a regular basis, so check back often. Feel free to drop me a line. Comments are always welcome.