New England Scenes
in the meeting room gallery
Reception: Saturday, October 3, 2009,
Music by pianist Ernie Woessner
Photographing areas that are close to home can
often yield the best results. Being able to capture different seasons,
light and weather is a distinct advantage that the short term traveler
doesn’t always experience. This is particularly true with a landscape
as varied as New England. A week or even a month doesn’t begin to
do justice to the diversity that one can see in this region of the country.
Bruce Magnuson has compiled a selection of his photographs that represent
his wanderings around New England in the last few years. Working with
a digital SLR camera, he has produced both color and black and white images
that capture the variety and beauty of New England.
Bruce resides in Chelmsford with his wife and daughter. He has taken many
photography related courses at local institutions including the New England
School of Photography, the DeCordova Museum, the Art Institute of Boston
and the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. He is a member of a local
group of photographers called the Boston Lighters. He is also a member
of the Chelmsford Art Society, the Photographic Resource Center at Boston
University and the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists. This
is his second show at the Chelmsford Library.
Visit Bruce's website at http://www.brucemagnuson.smugmug.com/
Also exhibiting this month will be Priti
Lathia; her work will be shown in the open gallery.