"Looking Out" Exhibition, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Nov 7 - Dec 24

November 04, 2014

Opening November 7, at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Sharon Arts Campus, is the national juried photography exhibition, "Looking Out." The exhibition will run through December 24 at the Sharon Arts Campus Exhibition Gallery at 30 Grove Street in Peterborough. The opening reception is Friday, November 7, from 5pm to 7pm, and is open to the public. The juror, Andrew Lucas, selected three prints of mine for this exhibition, depicted below. Andrew Lucas is the Gallery Director at the new Hampshire Institute of Art, and also teaches photography and curatorial studies.  He holds a BFA in photography from the Institute, and an MFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. The exhibition is about each individual's experience with the outside world.  Photographers participating in the call were invited to express what it is that they see in the every day. Lucas states, "personally drawn to both the urban and natural landscapes, my intent with this exhibition was for each to juxtapose with the other in a thematic, cohesive way."  More information about the exhibition is available online at http://www.sharonarts.org/exhibitions/call-for-artists-looking-out


Looking Out Over OberlechLooking Out Over Oberlech

Looking Out Over Oberlech


Looking Out Over ArlbergLooking Out Over Arlberg

Looking Out Over Arlberg


Looking Out Over CortinaLooking Out Over Cortina

Looking Out Over Cortina


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