Jack McCrossan, Photographs

December 3, 2019 - January 31, 2020

Oceanfront Cottage by Jack McCrossan
Oceanfront Cottage
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Jack McCrossan’s love of the New England region grows stronger each year as he explores its many well-known and not-so-well-known locations. With his camera and sleeping bag, he regularly sets out on mini-expeditions searching for scenes that convey that unique New England feeling. His focus in selecting the light and composition, processing the image, and ultimately producing the final print is about sharing that feeling with you.

Warming Hut in Storm by Jack McCrossan
Warming Hut in Storm
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Jack studied photography at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts and the Maine Media Workshops and College. These programs provided opportunities to learn from photographic masters such as Sam Abel, Cary Wollinsky and Lou Jones. He continues to work on his craft both in the field and in the digital darkroom and is a member of the Professional Photographers Association of New England (PPANE) and Westford Nashoba Valley Photo Club (NVPC).

Prints in the Uniquely New England exhibit were produced on Fujiflex Crystal Archive Printing Material using a process similar to that used in developing film. Fujiflex Crystal Archive is a silver halide color printing material with enhanced digital exposure properties. Images were exposed into the silver halide and then developed.

Cape Neddick Light by Jack McCrossan
Cape Neddick Light
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I hope you enjoy the photographs of Groton’s Jack McCrossan. There is an Artist reception on Sunday, December 8, from 2:30-4:30 pm. All are welcome.

This exhibit is made possible by the Groton Public Library Endowment Trust.

Ken Hansen,
Curator




Vermont Country Road by Jack McCrossan
Vermont Country Road
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Step Back in Time by Jack McCrossan
Step Back in Time
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