Here and there in 2016

13th April 2016
In January-Feb. I showed 5 collages at the Moosehill Gallery at Mass Audubon in Sharon, Ma.
Moosehill's Curator Jan Goba invited several artists who have shown at Moosehill over the years to participate in this exhibit titled "Looking Back...Moving Forward." I showed the usual suspects. My image "Freight Train, Walpole" was used for the show's publicity.


Freight Train

Elsewhere, "Freight Train, Walpole" was given the First Prize award for Alternative Processes in The Fine Art of Photography exhibit currently at the Plymouth Center for the Arts (until May 14). It was also chosen for a show at the LA Center for Digital Art, and was singled out by Mark Feeney in his Globe review "Differing Visions of Photography at Danforth Art" (scroll down to Mark Feeney Globe Review). Occasionally one of my images seems to have more legs than others. The Plymouth show attracts submissions from hundreds of artist nationwide and is really worth seeing. Not only that, they give substantial prize money to the winners, which is how it should be.

Switching back to the Audubon show, the more subtle composition "Blush, Beebe Woods, Falmouth" paired nicely with a spring forest photograph by Art Donahue (well known videographer for the popular New England Chronicle News/Feature program). Also exceptional in this show were images by photographer Fred Martins who I have showed with before at Moosehill.


Blush, Beebe Woods, Falmouth