Carved in barnwood and later used in this interior renovation of an Eastern Long Island, NY farm was a simple inscription: R.E.T. 1903, with a flourish. It was the hand of the original owner, R.E. Tuttle (a.k.a. Tuthill), an early family name in this region.
Pictured is Jim Naples of East Bay Builders, Inc. From the available barnwood and original structures, Naples preserved and showcased so many of these details, preserving so much history.
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This Wednesday, our Outdoor Photo Trek class will tour one of my favorite spots–Greenport, NY. This is the last class of the 4-part session sponsored by East End Arts and we’ll visit the places where I took these images–all within one square mile. If you think of photography as the art of exclusion (think cropping) then the smallest spaces become little universes of detail. Sign up for the more in the next session, a guided tour of incredible landscapes and waterscapes of Eastern Long Island. May the light guide you!
One of my large color landscape photographs on canvas is part of the “All New England” juried exhibit. The all-media show is in both Galleries at the Cape Cod Art Association, Main Street, Barnstable, MA from October 10 to Nov 11, 2013. Jurors: Robert Beaulieu, Jeff Lovinger, Cindy Nickerson.
“Windshield View, Hulse Landing Road,” a 30″ x 20″ archival color photograph by Miranda Gatewood, has been selected as part of the 2013 PHOTOcentric exhibit, a juried photography exhibition running from Sept 14 through Oct 6, 2013 at the Garrison Art Center, 23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison, NY, (845) 424-3960. Jurors Cig Harvey and Robin Rice selected 58 works from over 200 artists from across the US and 13 other countries. See the list of artists here: http://wp.me/s1QKdC-179. The reception is Sun., Sept 15, 2013 from 4 to 6. For details, visit http://garrisonartcenter.org/ex_photo.cfm