From October 1, 2016, through January 29, 2017, my work will be part of an exhibition at the Florence Griswold Museum entitled "In Place: Contemporary Photographers Envision a Museum". Ten photographers have been commissioned to focus on various aspects of the museum's collections, spaces, and landscape. The show features some of the images I photographed of their William Metcalf naturalist collection which was assembled in the early 1900's. Metcalf was one of the original Lyme Art Colony painters. He collected moths, butterflies, bird's eggs, and bird nests. Thanks to curator, Amy Kurtz Lansing, and museum Director, Jeffrey Anderson, for including my work in this exhibition.
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