My Top 9 Images By Year

Every year I review the images I make and select my favorites. Here you can see a condensed view of the images together. Click on the dates or images for an expanded view of the top 12. . 2021 . 2020 . 2019 . 2018 . 2017 . 2016 . 2015 . 2014 . 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996 1992 1991 . View more images by series here. ....

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Exhibit – Worldwide – Cove Street Arts – Portland, Maine

. After a year of staying close to home, travel around the world through the photography of twenty-three Maine artists. Curated by Bruce Brown, this exhibition features stunning photographs from every continent but our own. From natural vistas to manmade wonders to intimate glimpses into diverse cultures, the scope of this show is truly Worldwide. . Judith Allen-Efstathiou, Linda Alschuler, Roberta Baumann, Brendan Bullock, John Paul Caponigro, David Clough, Christian T. Farnsworth, Barbara Goodbody, Ella Hudson, Knapp Hudson, Carl Austin Hyatt, Nanci Kahn, Michael Kolster, Dennis Landis, Olga Merrill, K. Min, Munira Naqui, Robert Pennington, Damir Porobic, Ni Rong, Jan Pieter Van Voorst Van Beest, David Wade, and Katarina Weslien . See the exhibit in person at Cove Street Arts in Portland, Maine. Preview the exhibition...

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Ecopoetry: Voices From The Earth In Crisis

Hosted by the Farnsworth Art Museum. Panel Participants: Carol Bachofner, John Paul Caponigro, Kathleen Ellis, Ellen Goldsmith, and Kristen Lindquist . Through the years, poetry has praised nature, the way painters have tried to capture the beauty of the landscape. With concerns about our environmental crisis, many poets are writing poems that warn and admonish. Poetry invades the mind and heart. The hope is that along with information from scientists the words of poets will contribute to conquering the ecological crises. This session presents poems that prepare the soil for change. Join us to hear poems that resonate with Earth Day. . At minute 2:50 I offer an overview of the climate movement. At minute 43:40 I read poetry.  ...

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