Here are a few photos of the event. If you are ever in the Oak Park area, I do recommend you stop in and enjoy.
In all it was a long day with work first, play after. I really enjoyed the evening staring with Lou playing at Reggies, and later John Brudek's photos at the Oak Park Art League. You begin to realize all the splender in the world, how much there is to see with such little time we have, and finding that in my case I have squandered my rights to see all this art in my earlier years. I have a lot of catching up to do.
I was proud to see John's work at the "Body Language" opening. I do not foresee this for me. My focus is to get better at what I do, to understand it, enjoy it, to tell the story from behind the camera that is unfolding in front of the camera, so that others who have missed it can enjoy later. To be inspired by artists like John, becomes my motivational tool to motivate others. This perpetual "play of life" needs to be written and told, handed down, remembered. So onto my saying, "Carpe Diem, contribute to the play of life" - Wes Bushby.