My work is currently on display as part of a group show at One River School of Art and Design in Lake Oswego. I selected six images from Witness Marks to display, mounted and framed as discussed in my previous post. I chose the hanging formation based on the space available to me, and although I would have preferred to hang the frames in a straight line, I do not think this formation detracted too much from the work itself. It has been beneficial to share my work with new audiences, particularly the students which I teach at the school. Displaying my work and receiving feedback has boosted my confidence in the project and it’s ability to appeal to a wide audience. It has also been reassuring to learn that I can print these images to a high standard.