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November 8, 2016 ~ maritimegloucesterprograms
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November 8, 2016 ~ Cape Ann Museum
Gallery Talk with Paul Cary Goldberg
Saturday, November 12
Image: Adams at work in his workshop. Photograph 2016 by Paul Cary Goldberg.
Photographer Paul Cary Goldberg, whose photographs are included in the special exhibition Voicing the Woods: Jeremy Adams, Instrument Maker, worked closely with Adams over a period of three months in an effort to capture the complexity, mechanics, beauty, detail and personality of the instruments and their maker. The resulting photographs, commissioned by the Museum, offer insight into the work and the process, highlighting the exquisite detail and craftsmanship of the instruments and underscoring the breadth and volume of Adams’s work.
Paul Cary Goldberg’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States, and in Florence, Italy and Tel Aviv. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards for his photography and his work can be found in the collections of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Boston Public Library, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Cape Ann Museum. Goldberg has been represented by Pucker Gallery since 2003.
This program is $10 for CAM members / $15 for nonmembers (includes admission). Space is limited; program is expected to fill quickly. Tickets/reservations are required and can be purchased online at Eventbrite or by calling (978) 283-0455 x10.
This program is accessible. Voicing the Woods is on view at the Cape Ann Museum October 22, 2016 through February 26, 2017.
Image: Adams doing restoration work on a Pleyel harpsichord. Photograph by Paul Cary Goldberg ©2016