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    Gallery opening

    At the Cahoon Museum of American Art (Cotuit, MA) "The Past as Present: Vintage Photographs of Samuel Chamberlain" features 39 of Chamberlain's gorgeous b&W images of Cape Cod. As noted on the website:

    "The Past as Present:
    Vintage Photographs of
    Samuel Chamberlain"

    June 24-July 20

    Opening reception::
    5 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 27

    Trained as an architect at MIT, Samuel Chamberlain discovered a talent for art resulting in an outstanding body of pioneering photographic work recording the fast-evolving yet eternal face of Old Cape Cod from its colonial architecture to its quaint towns and pristine ocean vistas. Shot in 1936 and 1952, these stunning, large format images reveal through line, shadow, brightness, and composition the subtle beauty of this special habitat.

    Anyone interested in visiting this show, let me know and I'll buy you a Guiness at the local pub.

    drew

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    Wish I could have joined you, Drew... maybe I'll try later in the run. How'd you like it?

    -bill

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    Wish I could have been there, Drew. Have one for me.

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    It was great. Well, it runs for a month...the offer is still on the table!



 

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