Exhibit Runs: March 27 - April 28, 2017
Opening reception: Thursday, March 30th, 2017, 5-7pm
Gateway Gallery at GBCC:
Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, NH is pleased to feature the photography of Bill Moore at their Gateway Gallery located at the College’s Portsmouth campus at the Pease Tradeport. The exhibit will run from March March 27 through April 28, 2017. The public is invited to the opening reception on Thursday, March 30 from 5-7 PM.
Bill Moore has spent nearly five decades as a photojournalist and magazine editor, starting as a sports writer covering the New York Giants and Yale football and going on to edit automotive publications where he reviewed vehicles ranging from the Rolls-Royce to the Toyota Yaris.
He arrived in Kittery in 2011 just in time for the 1923 Memorial Bridge to be condemned and closed, so for the next two years Bill photographed the bridge work and wrote a column for The Portsmouth Herald called Bridge Watch, while at the same time becoming more skilled with a camera.
Standing on the beach at Fort Foster in Kittery Point, shortly after arriving back in the Northeast (he was raised in Franklin, New Hampshire), Bill realized there were no race cars . . . so, for the past six years he's been dedicated to creating a new body of work.
Bill is a member of the New Hampshire Art Association's photo group. His work has been on display at the Kittery Art Association Gallery, the Red Barn in Ogunquit, Just Us Chickens, the Kittery Community Center's Morgan Gallery and other galleries across New England.
His work can also be seen at: http://onemoore-photosbybill.smugmug.com .
Information on each artist and their work can be found in the gallery.
For more information on the exhibit or the reception contact Annette Cohen at (603) 427-7665 or firstname.lastname@example.org All visitors to the Gallery are encouraged to sign the guest book. The Gallery is open during regular college hours and is free to the public.