RECENT EXHIBITIONS

 

2016 RED Biennial (Juried/Joseph D. Ketner) Cambridge Art Association, MA

November 8-December 21, 2016

"On the Road" to Photoville, The Curated Fridge (Juried/Aline Smithson), 

http://www.thecuratedfridge.com/Fridge-Shows-1/On-a-Road-Trip-to-Photoville

37th Annual Parfitt (Juried/Paula Tognarelli) Photographic Exhibition

Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, Portsmouth NH

September 2-25, 2016 

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Haitian Townscapes (Eight Images), Invitational Exhibition

Camera Commons Galleries, Dover, NH

April 17-July 3, 2016 

Haitian Children (Ten Images) Gallery Six, New Hampshire Children's Museum

March through May, 2016

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The Lawrence Mills Exhibition, Lawrence Heritage State Park, MA

February 1-7, 2016

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New Hampshire Society for Photographic Artists Annual Exhibition, Town Hall, Exeter, NH

January 9-30, 2016

 

New England Photography Biennial (Juried/Susan Nalband), Danford Art Museum, Farmington, MA 

September 9-December 6, 2015

http://www.danforthart.org/assets/forms/exhibtion_NEP_Catalogweb-2015-v2.pdf

 

 

Ogunquit Art Association Photographers (Maine Photography Project), Barns Gallery, Ogunquit, Maine

September 9-October 12, 2015

 

 

36 Annual Parfitt (Juried/Julee Holcomb) Exhibition, Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery (New Hampshire Art Association), Portsmouth, NH

September 2-26, 2015

 

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Regarding Haiti (solo exhibition), Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, Portsmouth, NH

June 3-28, 2014

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Joan L. Dunfey Memorial  Open Exhibition (All Media, Juried), Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery (NHAA), Portsmouth, NH

November 7-30, 2014

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The Troubles, 2014: Past is Always Present (8 images)Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA  

September 11- October 5, 2014

The Troubles 2014: Past is Always Present

I was traveling to Northern Ireland, May 2014, the week Sinn Fein president, Gerry Adams, was arrested for questioning about the 1972 murder of Jean McConville.*  I was on my way to photograph the political murals of  ‘the Troubles’ that dot Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods of Belfast and Derry.  But with the Adams arrest, a trip that began from historical and aesthetic interests took on a sense of immediacy for me as new murals appeared overnight and older murals were defaced in response to the arrest.

As an outsider and a tourist I cannot presume to understand or judge this long and complicated clash of cultural identities and political aspirations.  But I am a political philosopher as well as a photographer so this series of photographs is a commentary as well as a record. 

I had medieval three-panel paintings in mind as I organized the space of these images.  Some images are explicitly triptychs, others merely by implication.  Through the relationship among panels, I represent the role political murals play in divided communities and the tensions they create between past and present.  In some images, I intervene in the triptych in order to convey my own impressions of the complexity of the conflict and the fragility of peace in Northern Ireland.

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Mill Spaces Series (7 images), Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Portsmouth, NH  

September 5-27, 2014

This series is of the Pacific, Everett, and Stone Mills in Lawrence, MA.  

 

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New Members' Exhibition, Barn Gallery (Ogunquit Art Association), Ogunquit, ME  

September 10-October 13, 2014

This series consists of extreme closeup images of oyster mushrooms, manipulated to produce abstract

impressions.