The Gallery at 100 Market | The Climb to 1,000

The latest installation at The Gallery at 100 Market is now hanging through April 15th.  Do yourself a favor and go visit to see some incredible paintings, photographs, and of course – my series that I selected specifically for this show: “Above & Beyond”.  The shot above is a glimpse of the series hanging on the 3rd floor, which have been mounted in gorgeous custom cherry frames with some anti-glare glass and featuring a few of my favorite photos.

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Three Graces

This welcoming storefront belongs to Three Graces Gallery on Market Street downtown.  The gallery’s location on Market Street usually gives it gorgeous sunsets, with rich intense rays of sunlight reaching down Hanover Street to hit the storefront for a few minutes before retiring for the day.  The shop also has a gorgeous hanging sign, but there’s something about a straight on shot of a store with a good door that I can’t get enough of.  More shots to follow of the hanging sign and of the window soaked in sunlight to follow another time…  If you love art, do yourself a favor and stop in to see the one of a kind items featured in the gallery.  Currently, the Teeny Tiny Art Show VIII is featured and well worth a visit.

The Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art

The Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art’s sign blows slightly in the breeze in front of Harbor Place, where the museum is located.  I believe the current exhibit, “The Sacred and The Profane” wraps this month and the museum will be closed from April 25th-May 4th as the new installation is prepared.

I’ve always enjoyed Harbor Place’s brick facade, which hides the Memorial Bridge in the shot above.  It’s nice to have the green grass return as a contrast to the warmer colors of the brick buildings.