Tag Archives: Photography

Everyone’s Favorite Place

Well it’s definitely one of mine,, sometimes I️ wake up early enough to see and capture the beautiful colors just before the sun comes up.. Wednesday mornings sunrise was a beauty. Crazy to think this happened only a few hours before that snow/rain storm passed through.

Good Harbor’s Footbridge

Life Meets Death

This is another photo I’m extremely proud of , after planning and waiting for 10 days during my lunch breaks and after work I️ finally got the image I️ wanted.. this was captured all in one shot,, this is not a composite by any means..this image won best in show at the Magnolia Library art show in 2016.

Bomb cyclone winter storm: Good Harbor Beach, Long Beach, Witham Street #GloucesterMA North of Boston

UPDATED- link to post2 January 5th with video

2:15PM slush pond roads and closed by Witham and Thacher and Good Harbor Beach parking lot. Power outages this way.

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GOOD HARBOR BEACH

Ocean is up on the deck outside the Good Harbor Beach Inn snack bar, though not to the street

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LONG BEACH

There go the staircases

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**Video coming when power-wifi back**

Local photographer Steve Howard closes out Sawyer Free 2017 exhibitions

Last chance to catch the Steve Howard photography exhibition, December 2017, at Matz Gallery, Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library, Gloucester, MA. Howard resides in Gloucester and is an exhibiting member of the Rockport Art Association.

contact: Steve.howard328@gmail.com
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Jason Grow photo portraits of WWII Veterans at Cape Ann Museum

Jason Grow’s World War II Veterans Photographs

On view October 27 through November 26 at the Cape Ann Museum

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Portraits by Jason Grow from a 2015 series of WWII veterans. Left to right: Joseph Mesquita III, Arnold Knauth, Adele Ervin

Don’t miss the show, one month only

Reminder from the museum:

“The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to announce WWII Veterans: Portrait Photographs by Jason Grow, a special exhibition on view from October 27 – November 26, 2017. First shown at Gloucester City Hall in 2015, Grow’s portrait photographs of Cape Ann’s World War II veterans were enthusiastically received by audiences of all ages and walks of life. The exhibit makes an encore appearance at the Museum this autumn, offering visitors another opportunity to view these remarkable images as a group.

Admission is free throughout the exhibition run for veterans and all active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve.

On Saturday, November 11, in honor of Veterans Day, the Museum will be free and open to the public and Jason Grow will present a talk about the exhibit at 2:00 p.m. in the Museum’s auditorium.

The Cape Ann Museum is proud to participate in the national Blue Star Museum program. Blue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and museums across America. Each summer since 2010, Blue Star Museums have offered free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including National Guard and Reserve, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. For more information please visit the Blue Star Museums’ website: arts.gov/bluestarmuseums.

Jason Grow is a Boston-based photographer and Gloucester resident. He specializes in photographing exceptionally accomplished, busy people with real time constraints in real environments. With a background based in photojournalism his experience has ranged from refugee camps to conference rooms.”

Donna Ardizzoni photography featured at Paprika Grill

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PAPRIKA GRILL
185 Washington Street, Gloucester, MA
Featured Artist- Inaugural Exhibition
Donna Ardizzoni
Photographs
May-July 2017

Featured in this post

Donna Ardizzoni
Dories Gloucester Harbor
October 2015
Canvas, Cape Ann Giclee
16 x 20

Donna Ardizzoni
Sun reflections on Kayaks
March 2017
Framed
11 x 17

About the artist:
Donna Ardizzoni moved to Gloucester 13 years ago. “I have enjoyed every moment.  After the move to Gloucester my family bought me a camera, which I have with me all the time.  I have become a passionate photographer.  Capturing the beauty of Gloucester and this city’s landscape, ocean and personality has been my desire and love.”  You can see more of her photos on Good Morning Gloucester and at www.ardizzoniphotography.com

Donna is a participating artist in the Spring Market Show at Magnolia Public Library on Sunday May 7.

zoetrope sculpture: The Centrifugal Soul by Mat Collishaw

(Video courtesy the artist, MONA Tasmania and Blain|Southern, edited by Ray O’Daly)

New & Different…for me

Long exposure and LED lights. Photos from yoga posing and LED lights last night with Anneliese Brosch, Jody Caplan, Dave Fernandes and James Eves. Special thanks to Cause Creative for letting us use the space. Closest I’ve gotten to yoga…

 

Nicole Dahlmer installation is featured at Lesley University College of Art Design this month

Lesley University College of Art and Design group show features Gloucester artist Nicole Dahlmer’s installation Inheritance.  Pauline Bresnahan sent photos from the reception. Congratulations, Nicole!

Sincerely,

2016 Photography Thesis Exhibitions

  • Lesley University College of Art and Design
  • Lunder Arts Center, 1801 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA
  • through May 31, 2016 

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