I have the pleasure to announce that during March, I’ll be displaying my fine-art photography prints at Jitters Coffee House in Eagle River, Alaska — “Where Coffee is an Art.” Their coffee really is excellent!
Here is a write-up on the coffee house:
Coffee Shop Chronicles
I walked into Jitters for the first time on a cold February night in 1994. I was met at the door with the deep aroma of freshly ground coffee. Inside, the old pub feel of the mahogany bar offered a sense of warmth and welcome. Older folks chatted quietly at vintage wooden tables, while younger people played Scrabble. A few book lovers wrapped themselves in a cup of java and a good read. Jitters was clearly a multi-generational place to gather. And I thought to myself, “This is what community looks like.”
And here is a bio of Jitters’ owner, Dennis Johnson and overview of his gallery/gift shop, next door.
This should be fun! This is my debut!
By the way, none of the photos I’ll be displaying have been posted on the web. Perhaps I’ll give a little online preview before the show.
Jeff : )