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Street Photography: 2 Things
The streets we walk or drive on tend to become invisible. We travel them quickly on autopilot, to get from point A to point B, and seldom wonder who lives and works in these spaces. When we slow down and pay attention, we learn not only about houses, boulevards, curbs, trees, and shops but this particular house, this boulevard, or this tree. Its singularity. Its uniqueness. Noticing helps us to know our environment and ourselves more deeply.

Photo Essay by Kathleen Flanagan

Exhibition: May 2-June 2, 2024

Meet the artist drop-in: May 11, 12-5

Artist Talk: Sunday, May 12, 2-3pm

Join us in person or watch on zoom – contact the gallery for the link.

In April 2023, Kathleen Flanagan visited Bogotá, Colombia. Her exhibit is designed as a photo essay as seen through the eyes of a Canadian tourist, with text and images of a busy, complicated, and beautiful city with a colonial heritage and a dramatic mountainous landscape in an urban setting that is full of complexity and contradictions. 

Open to all – free to attend.



Lynn Fergusson is a multi-genre photographer from Dartmouth NS. Her images have been published in various magazines including BBC
Wildlife, Saltscapes, Our Canada, ICM Photography and her images are included in both the Canadian Geographic Best Wildlife Photography 2021 & 2022 editions. Her photos have won or been recognized in a variety of
local, Canadian and international photo competitions.


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Exhibition: June 6-30, 2024

Dean Hirtle

Opening reception: Thursday, June 6, 6-8pm

Artist Talk: Sunday, June 16, 2-3pm.

Living in Nova Scotia it is easy to develop an affinity for the ocean. There are infinite opportunities to photograph scenes that capture the sea and environs, both here and abroad.

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Exhibition: July 4- 28 , 2024

Avard Woolaver

Opening reception: Thursday, July 4, 6-8pm

Artist Talk: Sunday, July 14, 2-3pm.

Photos of Toronto in the 1980s, along with those taken in recent years. The exhibition highlights the vast changes in Toronto's cityscape over the past forty years. 

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Meet artist Kathleen Flanagan during the May 11 Halifax Gallery Hop, 12-5 pm


Saturday, May 11

ViewPoint Gallery is excited to participate in a day of art and special events with galleries throughout Halifax and Bedford.

Artist Talk Sunday May 12, 2-3 pm


Sunday, May 12, 2-3 pm

Kathleen Flanagan will talk about her exhibit, Colombia Journal. Join us in person or watch on zoom – contact the gallery for the link.

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Saturday, June 1, 2024

10am to Noon

Print reviews are the first Saturday each month.

Print reviews are open to the public! Bring your prints (any size, framed or not) for a review led by a Gallery Member. If you've ever wondered what others think of your work but were too shy to ask or always received the dreaded "It's nice" response, this is your opportunity. We hope to see you there!


Saturday, May 11

ViewPoint Gallery is excited to participate in a day of art and special events with galleries throughout Halifax and Bedford.

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ViewPoint Gallery 2023 International Photography Competition May winner

James Harvey Talley (USA)

Since 2013, ViewPoint Gallery has held a competition open to photographers located in any country around the world, with no restrictions on subject matter. The images are reviewed by an independent jury, and the winning 12 photographs are displayed through the year at ViewPoint Gallery.

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Artist Statement

I am very fortunate to travel the world with my camera. From Bangladesh to Honduras to Namibia and many places in between, traveling has allowed me to see the beauty of this world. Whether people, architecture, or nature, I am constantly in pursuit of new and interesting subjects, and events to photograph. It is important to not only capture beauty, but the emotions as well. My photography style consists of uncomplicated black and white images (with perhaps a bit of color added) and bold and bright full-color images.  Ultimately, my hope is that my photographs will inspire others to go out and discover the world in the way I have.   


James Harvey Talley is a contemporary travel photographer, working with black and white and color images. Born in Japan and raised in France, Germany, and the United States, his photography is as varied as the locations he has lived. Included in his eclectic portfolio are striking landscapes, street photography and architectural captures. James Harvey, the artist, explains his overall philosophy: “I try to capture the story and emotions that my eyes see with my camera and attempt to reproduce those visual images for the world. I welcome you to join me on this visual journey.”

James Harvey’s award-winning photographs have been exhibited at the Suffolk Art Gallery, The New York Center for Photographic Art, and the Art Center Zama Japan. Additionally, his photos have been selected and published in regional calendars and published in the Group of Nations Global Briefing Magazine. 

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