Tempus Fugit in Venice

Thanks to the efforts of Amy Worthen, fellow printmaker and art historian, the Tempus Fugit portfolio was displayed for a month at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice. Venice is not terribly close to Berlin, but it’s certainly closer than it would be if we lived in the U.S. We took the opportunity to make a trip there, see the exhibition, and visit some of the many sites of Venice.

St. Mark is the patron saint of Venice, so his symbol, the winged lion, appears everywhere.

The show's organizer, with my print in the background

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