Massabesic Audubon Center
John Rockwood, Nature Photographer
Exhibit Open August 15-October 1, 2015
Artist’s Reception: Thursday, September 3, 5-7pm
Since November 2006, John has been delighting audiences with his spectacular collections of narrated and very informative multi-media shows for the Common Loon and “Nature for All to See” shows which include a vast array of other fascinating wildlife, indigenous to the Northeast and across the United States.
New Hampshire Photographer John Rockwood has had numerous photos published in Birds & Blooms Magazine, Appalachia Magazine, NH Magazine and Natural New England Magazine. The March 2008 issue of Birds & Blooms Extra contains his photos in the article “Nesting in Harmony” about great horned owls nesting in great blue heron rookeries. The November 2008 issue of Birds & Blooms Extra contains his photos in the article “A Date With An Egret”. The September 2008 issue of Birds & Blooms Extra contains an excerpt of his book “Adventures with Grapenut” about a Loon Chick, John chronicled during the 2007 season. His “Loon Pair” photo was published in The Best of Birds and Bloom 2007 book. John also won the 2004 Auburn, NH Photo contest with his favorite picture, “Nesting Loon”.
His wildlife photos were the featured Summer exhibit at the NH Loon Center for 2005-2014. Returning for Summer 2015.
Mr. Rockwood was a guest presenter for the NH Loon Center’s 2005-2014
Summer Nature Talks series. Returning for Summer 2015 series finale. He will also be hosting the Nature Cafe on Friday, August 7th from 7pm-8:30pm at the Massabesic Audubon Center – Call of the Loons
Mr. Rockwood’s photographs and book are available through the Loon Center and NH Audubon Center gift shops.
Visit his Website.
Artist, Lance Dooley
We are very pleased to announce that we have on display now at the Massabesic Audubon Center, two charming original oil paintings of Rock Wrens (Salpinctes obsoletus). They are created in the style of the 19th century fine art realist masters by Artist, Lance Dooley. http://www.lancedooley.com/
The rock wren is a small songbird of the wren family. It is the only species in the genus Salpinctes. The 12 cm long adults have grey-brown upperparts with small black and white spots and pale grey underparts with a light brown rump.
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