Sunday, June 9, 2013

Can You Hear Me at Stonecrop Gallery

Just a few steps to the south of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art is an old building that almost looks like it was built back in the Revolutionary War days - Stonecrop Gallery.  Although the building is indeed old, it dates back from the 1920s.
JK & I were there yesterday afternoon for the reception of "Can You Hear Me Now", an exhibit of cell phone photos -  three of them from yours truly.  There is indeed a reason the gallery is called Sonecrop...
not only an outcropping of stone but what looks to be some kind of natural spring underneath as well.  The show was great.  Kudos to Stonecrop owner and photographer Dana Berenson for choosing strong work and printing it all so the show had a uniform look.

Two of my photos are in the first row to the left in this photo.    





Here are the three pieces that made it into the show.

This is from the Cuba trip - Mujer Doble

This is from last year's Figure Workshop in Georgetown Maine with Elizabeth Opalenik

 
And this is Old South Church in Copley Sq, Boston - looking like old Paris to me.


Big thanks to Marc McElroy, Ekaterina Burvikova, Cindy Dodge-Hobson and Chris Hobson for coming down to see the show and going out to dinner with us after at the Cape Neddick Lobster Pound.  Even drove by the house that I lived in as a little girl there and Marc later grew up in.

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