Exeter Photography Exhibition
The 2020 Photography Exhibition at the Exeter Town Gallery will open Jan 5 and run through Feb. 2, 2019
Drop off will be on Jan 4, 10-12 p.m. with hanging of the show to follow at 12:30. Everyone is welcome to help. You do need to be an up-to-date member and everyone is allowed to enter two pieces
If you can’t drop off your work on Jan. 5, please contact Carol Van Loon (email@example.com or 603-799-1941) she has a few alternative drop spots to offer.
Link to the entry form
Opening is Jan. 5 12 -4
At 11:00 AM, before the noon opening on January 5, there will be a very brief member meeting followed by a gallery talk by Julee Holcombe.
Julee Holcombe was born in Texarkana TX. She grew up in the scenic New England area and in the great Southwest. She received her BFA from the University of New Mexico in Photography and sculpture and later to later receive an MFA in Photography and Electronic Media at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD.
Holcombe’s work focuses on the questionability of photography’s truth telling ability in which to distill our sense of time and curiosity. She makes pictures predominantly with digital technology and software applications. Her work is both documentary, fictional, autobiographical, and reflects the world in which we live today. The landscapes she documents can be decades apart or miles apart as then they are re-assembled to create her own mythic reality.
Holcombe’s work has been widely exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably the British Museum of Art in London England; Portland Museum of Art, ME; DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA and recently in Phoenix Museum of Art. She is represented by Kayafas Gallery in Boston Mass and most recently had a solo show at the George Marshall Store in York Maine. She has received numerous awards and residencies among them were a full fellowship to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her photographs are in several private and public collections: the Portland Museum of Art, Fitchburg Art Museum and at the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College.
She is a tenured Professor at the University of New Hampshire and won a Teaching Excellence Award in 2015.
Her website can be found here Julee Holdcombe
The gallery is open 12-4 on Sat and Sunday during the show.
We will need gallery sitters:
Jan 5 (help with opening)
Jan 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
Feb 1, 2
Pat Kennedy Corlin is working on providing the refreshments for the opening, please contact Pat is you are willing to help out.
We are looking for folks to give 45-minute gallery talks? Interested? contact Carol
Once again we are calling for photographs to grace the exhibition poster. Deadline is Dec. 1 midnight. Send your image to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.