The Fayetteville Public Library recently kicked off its future expansion project by honoring the existing structure on the property. With plans to expand the library onto the property, the building which for many years was the city's hospital, had to go. But not before it was celebrated and remembered for what it was to so many people for so many years. Of course this sort of event also means that we all had the opportunity to watch some big heavy machinery in action. Way to go Fayetteville, your library is definitely a prime example of what other libraries should aspire to become.
I had the privilege of photographing the annual Art of Wine Festival this year. The event is put on by the good folks at the Walton Arts Center and features products from local, regional and national companies and establishments. Here's a few images from the event. Enjoy.
A heartfelt thank you to all of my friends and clients who made 2017 such a memorable year. This blog post contains some of my favorite commercial and lifestyle images from 2017. I couldn't pick just a few favorites, so there's a lot. Send me your medical bills for injuries related to excessive scrolling and Have a Happy New Year.
Another blog post from the unpublished drafts section of the blog: These images were created at an event held last December by the University of Arkansas Art Department in collaboration with Arsega's at the Depot. All of the design elements (including menus, place settings, bowls, plates and glasses) were created by university students and the menu was prepared by Chef Patrick Lane, Head Chef at the restaurant. The event was a fundraiser for the Art Department and it was a huge success.