Delighted to announce that I’m now working with the amazing team at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, California. Melissa and I became friends through Andi Campognone, curator at the Museum of Art & History, who included my work in MMFA’s gorgeous Sightlines exhibition this spring. Soon after, Melissa and gallery director Alec Longmuir invited me to join an outstanding program that already features several talented friends. Exciting!
At the boss’ desk – Melissa Morgan Fine Art, Palm Desert, California
Kinematic™ pinhole exposures, yours truly, painting, Kimberly Brooks, photo: M. Nizdil
Speaking of the Museum of Art & History, no institution has done more to support Los Angeles-area artists. The museum has acquired another of my photos, the third to be included in their permanent collection. The Kinematic pinhole exposure will be on view in Human Natures: Selections from the Permanent Collection, May 14-Aug 21, debuting at MOAH’s 10th Anniversary Gala this Friday, May 13. Hope you can join us! Tickets available here.
For those unable to visit the museum, I just dropped off a framed print at Von Lintel Gallery in Santa Monica, CA. The image also appears on pages 30-31 of Zen Psychosis, Shana Nys Dambrot’s dream novella. Copies of the book are available at Von Lintel Gallery, Porch Gallery - Ojai, the MOAH gift shop, and of course, MMFA’s Bookstore and Sculpture Garden.
The Long Shadows perform at the MMFA Sculpture Garden – Palm Desert, CA
(Yes, I have a drone now!) The band plays again Saturday, May 21 at 7pm
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 🙏
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