Singular Show at Rockland’s Landing Gallery

Starting tomorrow and running through October 30th you can find the “Singular” exhibition at The Landing Gallery in Rockland. Ten photographers are featured, four of which are Nickelson Editions clients (and three more participated in FocusMaine, NE’s joint venture with VoxPhotographs last year), so I’m certain I’ll be attending the opening on October 7th from […]

Maine Photographer Updates September 2011

Occasionally I like to provide updates on Maine photographers, particularly those that are friends or clients of Nickelson Editions, my fine art digital printmaking business. The summer is nearing its end and things in the Maine photographic community will start picking up again as fall approaches. Jumping ahead, though, two NE clients have beautiful calendars […]

T. Allen Lawson at Ten High Street Gallery

Nickelson Editions client T. Allen Lawson has a solo exhibition entitled “Growth Rings” upcoming at Ten High Street Gallery in Camden. The show runs from August 12th through September 10th with an opening reception on August 12th from 5-7 pm. You can read a bit more about Tim’s work (specifically, the one pictured above) in […]

Terry Hire website launched & Website Design Service

Recently I worked with Terry Hire in launching his new photography website, which you can find here. The site includes hundreds of images each taken with Terry’s keen eye for detail and abstraction in the world around us – I can highly recommend going to check out his fine art work in particular. As part […]

Robert Moran and the Poetry of Shadows

Congratulations to Robert Moran and his selection into the Poetry of Shadows exhibition hosted by the Vermont PhotoPlace Gallery! You can see all the work online and the actual physical exhibition runs from August 16th until September 10th. As with all of their shows, it was highly competitive – only 40 were accepted for the […]

The Lenswork "Look"

Many black & white photographers are familiar with Lenswork magazine, the excellent fine art black & white magazine that is known for its superb quality of printing.  Founder Brooks Jensen has started a number of promising blogs associated with the magazine, and I wanted to highlight two recent postings that might be of interest to […]