Maggie O’Leary: “Annapolis Colors” now showing at the Green Phoenix. “Show runs through the hot summer months!”. Meet the Artist: Reception, July 10, 4-7pm. Call 410-626-0739 for more details.
Augen (Ken Greenwood): Recently won a landscape category for the Wilderness50, and will have a picture in the Smithsonian Museum of National History starting in September.
Lee Goodwin: Twenty of my photographs will be included in a three-photographer group exhibit at the Dorchester Center for the Arts this month. The exhibit will also include local and international photographs by Ken Marks, and photographs from the National Parks by Frank Lee Ruggles. The exhibit will run from July 3 through July 26, with an artist’s reception on Saturday, July 12, from 5 to 7:30. The Dorchester Center for the Arts is located at 321 High Street, in Cambridge, Maryland. Its normal hours are Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and it is closed on Sunday. Information about the exhibit can be found here: http://www.dorchesterarts.org/landscapes-near-and-far/. If you go to the exhibit, be sure to leave time to visit Blackwater Wildlife Refuge, which is less than one half hour south of Cambridge. If you are unable to see the exhibit in person, a virtual gallery of my photos from the exhibit can be found here: https://lee-goodwin.squarespace.com/dorchester-center-for-the-arts-july-2014
You can also see my photographs in Annapolis, where ten photographs from my “Chesapeake Bay – Endangered Landscape” series are on permanent display in the Maryland House of Delegates Environmental Matters Committee Room (Room 250 of the Lowe House Office Building, at 6 Bladen Street, just two blocks from the State House). The Committee Room is open to the public during normal business hours. A virtual gallery of the photos on display in Annapolis can be found here: https://lee-goodwin.squarespace.com/environmental-matters-committee-room.
Lee M. Goodwin
Fine Art Photography
11817 Winterset Terrace
Potomac, MD 20854