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From the Wiscasset Newspaper, published April 13, 2016
By Joy Braley, Heartwood executive director


“Our Town,” by Thornton Wilder, opened in 1938 in NJ, went on to enjoy Broadway success, won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama … and has remained in performance on the global scene, ever since.  388 more words


Stephen Shore

“To see something spectacular and recognize it as a photographic possibility is not making a very big leap. But to see something ordinary, something you’d see every day, and recognize it as a photographic possibility – that is what I am interested in.”

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MPEX Experience

Saul Leiter: Retrospective - The Photographers Gallery, London

This post is also published on the online Lifestyle Magazine CELLOPHANELAND* (link here)

“I like it when one is not certain what one sees. When we do not know why the photographer has taken a picture and when we do not know why we are looking at it, all of a sudden we discover something that we start seeing. 560 more words

Public Exhibitions

Julian Germain: Every Minute and Classroom Portraits

For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness

I reviewed Julian Germain’s For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness… 2,935 more words

Research & Reflection

Photography in colour: William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, Martin Parr

Inconsistencies in the quality of film had hampered the use of colour in challenging black and white for the mantle of the format of choice for the serious photographer. 1,138 more words