Around Aspen: Photography exhibit
Aspen Times Weekly
An exhibit of work by local photographers will be up at the Aspen Chapel until Oct. 19, so there is still time to go see it. A big crowd came to the opening reception early in September, including many other local photographers. Showing their photos are Sheila Babbie, Joel Belmont, MarySue Bonetti (who organized the show), Mary Eshbaugh Hayes, Jordan Curet, Cliff Mohwinkel, Jill Sabella, Linda Sandrich, H.W. Smith III, and Steve Williams.
The current issue of Architectural Digest magazine features two homes photographed by another Aspen photographer, David O. Marlow. The Carmel, Calif., home was designed by Santa Monica architects Moore Rubel Uydell and the Vail home was designed by RMC Architects. David is also currently finishing two books. One is for New York designer David Easton and he has been traveling to Montreal, Mexico City, Dallas, the Bahamas and Virginia to photograph homes where Easton has done the architecture, interior design and garden design. The second book is for Los Angeles designer Craig Wright and David recently traveled to Majorca, Spain, to photograph dining areas on the seaside estate. David is currently on location in Kalispell, Mont., shooting a contemporary house on Flathead Lake by Los Angeles designer Mimi London, again for Architectural Digest.
A new book titled “Tsar” has just been published by Ted Bell, who is a part-time Aspenite. He lives part of the year in Palm Beach, Fla. Ted also wrote “Nick of Times.”
Undercurrent … The neighborhood is full of blackbirds chirping and trilling … I think they are deciding which is the best way to fly south.
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