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Thursday - Sunday

Noon - 5pm


Wrecks and Ruins

by P. H. Williams

Exhibition: May 4-28, 2023
Opening: Thursday, May 4, 6-8pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, May 14, 2pm

North America, with its insatiable appetite for all things new, leaves much of what was once valued to fall down or rust away. 

“Wrecks & Ruins “ presents images of these left-behinds of the consumer society to be viewed as "beautiful neglect”.



IPC Winner

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For each of us early life experiences and traumas produce long term conditioning, constructed ways of dealing with reality and going through life. Counting the Walls intends to shed light on these psychological spaces where we often wander unconsciously and which make us a prison to ourselves.

Through a first-person perspective viewers are invited to reflect upon the relationship between physical and psychological spaces as a first step in identifying personal prisons.


Acquainted with the Night explores the capacity for storytelling of street photography at night. The night aesthetic, with its unique beauty and moodiness, can elevate the most mundane activity or setting into something with greater mystery and potential.  As a photographer Jane’s images portray stories of the night in two settings – Canada and Mexico.  The images reflect her practice of regular walks through her community and her travels throughout Mexico.


Saturday, May 6, 2023

10am to Noon

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!

While masking is no longer required, all participants are encouraged to wear masks during the print review, for the safety of all participating.


ViewPoint Gallery International Photography Competition May 2023

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.


New Year Offering

Angela Rowlings (USA)

Artist Statement

In my personal work documenting the city of Boston, I seek to create images that show the truth and life of my community. The city’s Lunar New Year celebration returned to Chinatown for the Year of the Tiger in 2022 after official festivities were canceled in 2021 due to the pandemic. Though I’ve photographed this celebration every year, the increase in anti-Asian hate and violence made it feel especially important to capture the joy and cultural pride demonstrated by lion dances and offerings of oranges, lettuce and red envelopes.


Angela Rowlings is a Canadian American photojournalist and portrait photographer. A lifelong Bostonian with an appreciation for her city's rich history and diversity, she works to capture the humanity behind some of the city's most critical issues. Rowlings graduated from Boston University with a BS in journalism and a concentration in Spanish. Her 2021 documentation of Boston’s first Black, first female mayor was honored in POYi, NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism, and other competitions. Her work has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, Mission Gallery at Make Shift Boston, El Oriental de Cuba, ViewPoint Gallery in Nova Scotia, and the Boston Press Photographer Association’s 2021 and 2022 public, outdoor exhibitions in Boston’s Copley Square. She is a passionate world traveler and foodie, and she enjoys the challenge of covering everything from politics and culture to climate change and human rights.

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