The art world is a hard world to break into. Galleries don’t want to do business with you unless you are a known artist/photographer, and renting a space for an exhibition can get pricey. So how do you get your name out there? I think I might have found a cheap and fun way to do an exhibition using an augmented reality app called Mirage. It is similar to Pokémon Go, but with art and/or photography. To the brick and mortar galleries, Adam Savage said it best when he said “I reject your reality and substitute my own”. To see the rest of the exhibition, check out the patio at the Cumberland Mountain State Park Restaurant in Crossville,Tennessee.
If you are in the need of a vacation but only have a couple of minutes, check out the virtual reality version of this clipat
I’m always asked where my travel photos are taken, and that gave me an idea to create a virtual reality YouTube channel so that I can not only share my photos, but also my experience being there (you need the YouTube app to get the full effect). Below is a link and please don’t forget to like and subscribe.
Our second trip to Tarpon Springs, Florida was interesting because we found out (after the fact) that we were under a tornado warning, which would explain why the town was almost empty with zero lines at stores, restaurants, and the aquarium.
It’s been a few years since we first found the best place for surf and turf, and it’s still the best. If you are ever in the Ozello Keys Florida area, you have to check out Pecks: