Sunday, March 24, 2013


Laurie Beth Zuckerman's photo of cemetery crypt, Guanajuato, Mexico

Due to Winter Storm Virgil, I have spent much of my Spring Break holed up at my computer working on photos from my trips to Colonial Mexico during the Day of the Dead, the Christmas Posadas, and other times of the year. I am busy preparing images for the upcoming Día de los Muertos Exhibition at the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center. This will be the third year I am participating in this show full of altars, folk art, and photography. I have had huge altars and enlarged photographs displayed the past two years. This year I am hoping to incorporate both into one large installation. I have been invited to be on the planning committee for this year's exhibition, and the meetings are still to come. I will let you know more as the ideas develop.

Laurie Beth Zuckerman El Panteon Cemetery Crypt, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Laurie Beth Zuckerman's photo of cemetery niche, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico


rebecca said...

we share a love for all things mexico...and of course, all things sacred.
always so delighted when you join for postcards from paradise. i have just started sharing a meme on mondays,
mornings with mary.
i welcome you with open arms!

Anonymous said...

Lovely photos.xx

Unknown said...

I would like to come visit your display in Longmont. Be sure to post when it is available!

Nonnie said...

beautiful images

Annie Jeffries said...

as always, just takes my breath away, laurie.

Unknown said...

Beautiful photos.

Anonymous said...

How wonderful and honoring to you to be participating in this very sacred event ~ Thanks for the reminder of the 'divine' in all of us ~ ^_^