My installation "Escaping Gravity" is showing at Nine Gallery in Portland, Oregon, from August 2 through September 2, 2018. It is an immersive, mixed-media installation about loss, liberation, and water. It's my first full-scale installation (the characters in the photographic banners in the installation are miniature, however, in keeping with my previous work.) This project is supported my a generous grant from The Regional Arts and Culture Council.

My artist talk for my installation "Escaping Gravity" is Sunday, August 12, 2018, from 1-2 pm at Nine Gallery (enter through Blue Sky Gallery) 122 NW 8th Ave, Portland, Oregon. I will bring props and discuss techniques and the family story behind the installation.

The Griffin Museum of Photography (Boston, MA) published a catalog to accompany my exhibition that ran June - August, 2017.  It contains both "The Long Night" and "Neo Noir" series, as well as a forward by Paula Tognarelli. You can purchase one here: http://griffinmuseum.org/product/grace-weston-long-night/  Support the Griffin!

A book of my series “Neo Noir” is available through Blurb Books.

I am very grateful to Artist Trust (WA) for honoring me with a 2015 Fellowship Award. It is a wonderful organization whose sole mission is to support individual artists.