Please contact the Club Resources Chair Judith Montminy so she can include your photographic accomplishments in her announcements.
A Second Look: First Look 2022 - Panopticon Gallery, Boston
Major kudos to Barbara Canney -- one of her images is included in Panopticon Gallery's online juried exhibit A Second Look: First Look 2022.
Beneath the Surface - South Shore Art Center
Photographs by Joan Collins & Judith Montminy are part of Beneath the Surface, South Shore Art Center's Gallery Artists Juried Exhibition which runs January 13-February 19, 2022. Opening reception is 6-8 pm on Jan. 13th.
South Shore Art Center Holiday Letter
South Shore Art Center's holiday letter features Fifty Shades of Light by Judy LaLiberte. Congratulations Judy!
Vista - A Smith Gallery, Texas
Congrats to Anne Henning whose photograph Boatyard Vista on Dock is included in ASmith Gallery's juried exhibit Vista. The show runs through Jan. 30th.
Picture This! - Ellison Center for the Arts
Congratulations to Sandy Cole and Joan Collins whose photos are featured in publicity for DCC's new exhibit in the Duxbury Art Association galleries at the Ellison Center for the Arts. The show, which features work by members of five of the Club's seven focus groups, runs through Jan. 28, 2022.
Winter Solstice - Griffin Museum of Photography
Photos by Lisa Ryan and Judith Montminy are part of this year's Winter Solstice Exhibit, which runs through Jan. 2, 2022. The Dec. 9th opening reception doubles as a celebration of Executive Director & Curator Paula Tognarelli, who retires from the Griffin at the end of the year.
Black Lives & White Fragility - South Shore Art Center
BIG kudos Jeannie Fawcett for her First Place Award in SSAC's national juried show, Black Lives & White Fragility. Sally Bousquet also has several pieces in the show. The exhibit can be seen IRL at the Cohasset gallery through Dec. 18th and online HERE
Once Upon a Time: Photographs that Inspire Tall Tales - Griffin Museum of Photography
Kudos to Lisa Ryan whose image is featured in the What Will You Remember? blog which describes Once Upon A Time: Photographs that Inspire Tall Tales as "the enchanting group exhibit curated by outgoing Griffin Museum Executive Director Paula Tognarelli."
Paula also selected work by Judith Montminy for the exhibit in the museum's satellite gallery at Lafayette City Center, Boston. The show runs through Feb. 19, 2022.
Edge of Abstraction - Cape Cod Art Center
Congratulations to Barbara Canney for having one of her photographs chosen for Cape Cod Art Center's Edge of Abstraction 2021 Online Digital Art Exhibit. The exhibit goes live Nov. 5th.
Visions - Helen Bumpus Gallery
Visions at Helen Bumpus Gallery in Duxbury Free Library features photographs by members of DCC's Fine Art Focus Group: Joan Collins, Lynne Shackleton Ford, Judith Montminy, Camille Neville, Rain Rodolph and Myrna Walsh. The exhibit runs Nov. 2nd through the end of December.
Dough - Hera Gallery, Wakefield RI
Photographs by Judith Montminy are included in Dough, a national juried exhibition at Hera Gallery in Wakefield RI. Catherine M. Piccoli, curatorial director of New York's Museum of Food and Drink, juried the show, which runs Oct. 16th-Nov. 13th.
Atelier 34 Exhibit - Griffin Museum of Photography
Photographs by Camille Neville are featured in Griffin Museum of Photography's Atelier 34 Exhibit in the Lafayette City Center satellite gallery, Boston. The show runs through Nov. 8th. Camille's work, along with others in the exhibit, can be viewed HERE
2021 Fall Salon - Cambridge Art Association
Judith Montminy received an Honorable Mention in Cambridge Art Association's 2021 Mary Schein Fall Salon, which runs through Oct. 3rd at CAA's new Charles River Speedway Gallery in Allston.
Town of Duxbury 2020 Annual Report
Belated congratulations to DCC members whose photos were printed in the Town's 2020 Annual Report:
Barbara Crispi - Back Cover & page 15
John Kelly - page 138
David Murphy - page 3
Camille Neville - page 161
Steve Schroeder - Front Cover
Susan Thanos- pages 113 & 155
Bob Wydro - pages 41 & 103
Art by the Bay - Duxbury Art Association
New DCC member Judy Laliberte won 2nd Place in Photography at Duxbury Art Association's annual Art by the Bay, and long-time member Jeannie Fawcett received an Honorable Mention. Congratulations to them both!
Transitions - Cape Cod Art Center
BIG congratulations to John Kelly for his FIRST acceptance into a juried show! Transitions can be viewed online.
Marshfield Fair & Bengtz & Cutler Galleries
Kudos to Terri Nickerson, not only for her First Place win in the Portraits Category at the 2021 Marshfield Fair, but also for her collection of photos to be exhibited in the Bengtz & Cutler Galleries at Duxbury Art Association. The DAA exhibit runs mid-September through November 2021.
54th Annual Juried Art Show - Plymouth Center for the Arts
Congratulations to Joan Collins and Jeannie Fawcett for acceptance into Plymouth's 54th Annual Juried Art Show & Festival. The opening gala is Sept. 18th; the exhibit runs through Nov. 6th, 2021.
Ocean State International Exhibit - Photographic Society of RI
A photo by new DCC member Carolyn Livingston was accepted into the Photographic Society of Rhode Island's 2021 Ocean State International Exhibit. Congratulations Carolyn!
The National - Cape Cod Art Center
Congratulations to Barbara Canney for having two of her photographs accepted intoThe National: Open Juried Exhibit at Cape Cod Art Center in Barnstable. Continuing her streak of successes, Pam Webster-Walsh also had work juried into the show. Congrats, Pam!
Arts Festival - South Shore Art Center
Congratulations to Sally Bousquet, Barbara Canney and Pam Webster-Walsh whose photographs were Juror Selections in South Shore Art Center's 2021 annual summer festival.
Splash - Griffin Museum of Photography
Judith Montminy and Sally Bousquet had artwork in the curated exhibit Splash at Griffin Museum of Photography's Lafayette City Center satellite gallery in Boston. The group show was featured in Best Photo Picks Summer 2021 written by the photoblog What Will You Remember? Judith's image was featured on the exhibit's postcard.