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October 15, 2021: 2022 DustyBlues Calendars are here!
August 20, 2021: Hocking Valley Photography Group Annual Bowen House Exhibition
DustyBlues Gallery is pleased to be a member of the Hocking Valley Photography Group.
Our annual photography exhibit at the Bowen House opens September 4th through the 25th.
An Open House and Meet the Artists is on Saturday of Labor Day Weekend from 6-8 PM at the Bowen House (196 North Market Street, Logan, Ohio)
We would love to meet you!!
Dusty & Val
June 16, 2021: LilyFest
July 09, 2021 through July 11, 2021
Featured Events, Art & Culture, Community, Family Friendly, Festivals, Signature Event, Free Fun, Music, Outdoor
Join Val at our DustyBlues Gallery booth.
Val will offer many of our iconic Hocking Hills photographs.
If you love art, gardens and music, come enjoy the lovely woodland setting at scenic Bishop Educational Gardens, 13200 Little Cola Rd., Rockbridge. Throughout the beautiful gardens, there will be more than 70 fine area artists and craftspersons displaying, demonstrating and marketing their products. Annuals, perennials, and water plants will be for sale, Master Gardeners will answer questions on plant growing and maintenance.
13200 Little Cola Rd.Rockbridge, OH 43149
$5 PARKING DONATION.
July 09, 2021 - July 11, 2021
August 2020: Hocking Valley Photography Group - Bowen House Show
Poster by Larry Burfield
The Hocking Valley Photography Group (HVPG) is proud to have the first showing this year at the Bowen House. The Covid pandemic has disrupted everyone's lives this year. The HVPG members have followed the sanitary guidelines of masks and social distancing. The show's theme, "Connected in Solitude", reflects the years adversity, hardships and frustrations. Please be sure to mark your calendar to get a chance at viewing and purchasing the variety of art from the HVPG members. An Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, August 29 from 6-8 PM. Masks are required and we will have limited quantities at the door. Refreshments will be outside on the front porch to allow everyone their social distancing space. The art will be displayed for the entire month of September. Val & Dusty are pleased to participate in this renowned event!
July 27: Video Conference Etiquette
July 27, 2020 – Get Your Etiquette On
Being in an online meeting, chat, worship session, sports event, concert, class, doctor visit is commonplace. So much so that many folks it seems have, well…. let themselves get a little lazy about their online etiquette.
Its’ been a while since we touched on this, so I thought it might be a good time for a quick refresher!
Start on Time
If you are working from home and quarantined, it’s not like there is any place else to go. I sit in more online sessions where I hear “we’re just going to give folks a few more minutes”. What? Why? The session starts at 10:15 AM – start it at 10:15 AM. Where do you think we are, a doctor’s office?
Shut the Door
When all this started it was kinda cute to see your half-naked 3-year old on camera or Snuggles your pet ferret hanging out on the keyboard. Now, frankly, its’ more than distracting, it’s annoying. Close the door to your “office” at least until you hear something break or the cat shriek.
Lights, Camera, Action
If it is important enough to attend the meeting, then it is important enough to turn on the camera. Having a picture of your boat, or pet kangaroo or your avatar is just not acceptable anymore. If you are that worried about your hair…then, like…comb it? Wear a hat? Shave your head?
This is a meeting, not a Disney ride. Don’t be walking around or jiggling the laptop on your lap. And if you are outside, can you set up so that we don’t see your un-mowed lawn, or your neighbor’s un-mowed lawn.
Simply put, don’t eat while you are on a call. A lot of folks are using headsets now that can pick up the sound of a chipmunk scratching. Hearing you chomp on your Doritos is like listening to carpenter ants chewing through a wooden eye beam.
Being in an online session isn’t like being next to someone face-to-face. There is often a slight delay when someone’s speaking. You want to at least give them a chance to finish their sentence before jumping in. At times it feels like I am m in the game room at a retirement home. “Huh?” “What did you say?” “Can you repeat that?” “Who is this?”.
And if you need a hand tuning up your laptop or wi-fi, chat-up our Resource Team at ResourceTeam@infinit-tech.com or visit them at www.infinit-resource.com. No charge, no obligation, just people helping people.
Take care – stay safe – stay cool!
John Spiridigliozzi aka JohnS
(Chief Operating Officer and Part Time Writer) email@example.com
July 11, 2020: Hocking Valley Photo Group - Bowen House 2020
The Hocking Valley Photographers Group will host their annual exhibit at the Bowen House beginning with an Open House on Saturday, August 29th.
Dusty & Val are pleased to be a part of the exhibit.
Here is a new portfolio we recently captured with the Photo Club at Bishop's Gardens.