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We are pleased to announce our new exhibition!
"Chasing The Sparks" Opens October 15, 2016 | 4 to 7 PM
“Chasing The Sparks”
Photojournalism of Roland Oxton, Stanley Forman and Robert Wilson
A new exhibition at 41Gallery features news photography from an era where unrestricted access to news events, ingenuity and a knack for being in the right place at the right time always produced great photojournalism, captured dramatic moments and often… award winning results!
“Chasing The Sparks” brings together three photographers whose work spans several decades of news photography in the greater Boston area. The photographers, all with a North Shore connection, strive to capture moments… sparks if you will, that communicate the essence of the scene unfolding before them. This exhibit showcases some of the best examples of those efforts.
Roland “Rollie” Oxton served as a US Army photo corps photographer during World War II and went on to become a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer for the Record American/Boston Herald. For almost three decades his work captured the range of human emotion from sheer terror to moments of joy and even humor.
Stanley Forman is a photojournalist and videographer whose work has won him three Pulitzer Prizes and many other awards. Stanley’s career began when his father gave him a camera almost 50 years ago. While on staff for the Boston Herald American, Stanley’s work set the standard for spot news photography creating powerful images that have stood the test of time. He continues to bring us his unique visual perspective and uncanny sense of timing as a videographer for WCVB-TV in Boston.
Robert Wilson photographed for the Cambridge Chronicle and Somerville Journal back in the mid-70’s and early 1980’s. As a staff photographer for the Somerville Journal his news and feature story work captured city life… people, parades, poodles, politics, police and fire.
Our Past Shows
“Remembering The Valiant" Sometime around 1955 Raymond Palombo, Charles Baxter and Frank McClain hatched plans to build a 80 foot fishing dragger. Built between the Palombo and McClain's homes, this exhibition documents the almost 10 year endeavour of the fishing dragger Valiant. Launch week generated much excitement in Town and nationally being covered by Life Magazine and a representative sent by President Kennedy attending the launch here in Nahant.
“Watercolor Connections" Somerville artist and teacher Jane Goldman’s “Nahant Watercolor Workshop” celebrates a 10 year tradition with this wonderful exhibition of watercolor paintings. Artists include Sharon Adams, Barbara Berke, Dan deStefano, Ann Gabhart, Jane Goldman, Norman Laliberte, Anita Lincoln, Carolyn Newberger, Chris Pullmam, Nancy Sinsabaugh, Ed Tarlov, Suzanne Tarlov, Pam Watson, Frances Webb and Margaret Shepherd.
“Milo, The Guardian of Egg Rock" Also showing during the Watercolor Connections show are a dozen of Dan deStefano’s original watercolor paintings from his upcoming book entitled “Milo, The Guardian of Egg Rock”.
“Celebrating Lucy Doane | A Retrospective" This exhibition contains over 50 Original Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Sketches as well as many photographs, Lucy memorbilia and more! Children will enjoy our “Lucy’s Art Studio” where everyone is invited to sit and make a drawing for display at the exhibition.
Lucy Doane was born in Nahant in 1908. Her carreer as a educator, painter, poet, printmaker and illustrator spaned nearly a century. We are very excited to have this opportunity to assemble and exhibit a wide range of her original paintings, prints, published books, artifacts and writings loaned from family, friends and private collections.
This exhibition contains over 50 Original Paintings, Drawings, Prints and Sketches as well as many photographs, Lucy memorbilia and more! Children will enjoy our “Lucy’s Art Studio” where everyone is invited to sit and make a drawing for display at the exhibition.
“The Sea As I See It” Prints by Fred A. Wilson II. Our main exhibit consists of over 20 (11x14) vintage Nahant color photographs by Fred A. Wilson. Printed on Somerset giclee paper, these original 35MM Kodachrome images have been selected from his audio-visual slide show "The Sea As I See It" produced in the mid-1960’s.
“The Voice of the Print” portfolio by Paul Caponigro. This portfolio was published in 1990 and is comprised of eight varnished tritone reproductions. One of the eight prints in the portfolio was taken in Nahant in 1958. Early in his career Caponigro photographed throughout the North Shore and in Nahant from the late 1950’s until the mid-1960’s.
“Curator's Corner” Selected photographs by Abby Wilson. Each exhibition, the Curator's Corner features the work of a young photographer or artist in our local area.
We are happy to announce that our new gallery, “41GALLERY” opened on Saturday, September 25, 2010.
41GALLERY is a new gallery committed to exhibiting local and nationally known photographers and artists. 41GALLERY will also be organizing other art and cultuural events including guest lecturers, workshops, readings and concerts.
Our spacous exhibit space is also available for rental for workshops, meetings and other events. Please send us an email if you are interested in participating in any of these events or would like to join our email list. Our gallery is located in Room 220 on the top floor of the Nahant Community Center, a Nahant Preservation Trust building.
Currently the gallery is open by appointment bewteen the hours of 10AM and 6PM.We are more than happy to open the gallery at a time that works with your schedule. Please feel free to drop us an email and we will arrange a time that fits your schedule.
Most works in the gallery are for sale. Please ask about print and portfolio pricing.
41GALLERY also offers other services including high resolution scanning and photography, image preservation and restoration, archival printing, matting and framing services.