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2010 Business in the Arts Awards :: My work was selected as award prints!

Sunset II - Nashua River

I’m very proud and excited to announce that some of my work has been selected as the award artwork for the 2010 Business in the Arts Awards put on by the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts.

The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts was founded in 1985 to educate, motivate and recognize business support of and participation in the arts.

Five of my landscape works were purchased as awards to the winning recipients for this years gala.

I will be attending the gala ceremony on Monday, May 17 at 5:30 p.m. at the Center of New Hampshire – Radisson Hotel in Manchester.

I’m very honored to have been selected, and I thank the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts for the opportunity.  I also want to thank Sarah Chaffee of McGowan Fine Art for the support and assistance.  She’s been a good friend.

Cheers,
Sid

The Portable Portrait Workshop :: May 8th

Jen :: The Portable Portrait Workshop May 8

The first Portable Portrait Workshop out of my studio took place on Saturday, May 8th 2010.   We had a great group of attendees, and crazy weather conditions

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Glow Light: June 2010 Popular Photography Issue

Its with total excitement that I share with you my first major national publication:  a two page article in the June 2010 issue of Popular Photography magazine.

June 2010 Popular Photography :: Sid Ceaser | Ceaser Photography

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Storm King Art Center

Tree

Ah, mini-vacations.  Its always good to get away, even if its for a weekend; recharge the batteries and take in new sights or head to destinations that you might not get a chance to visit very often.  The other weekend, Sara and I loaded up the car and took a trip down to Southern New York to visit the Storm King Art Center.

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The Portable Portrait Workshop :: April 17th 2010

The Portable Portrait Workshop: April 17 2010

The first Portable Portrait Workshop of 2010 took place on Saturday, April 17th at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.  Mother nature decided to cloud the skies and drop rain on us most of the day, but we were able to find some indoor locations (and props!) to help aid us in the example that when you are working with minimal gear, the only limitation you have is your own creativity.

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