June 8th, 2022
I am honored once again to have my photograph as the cover of the Mayflower Quarterly Magazine's Summer 2022 issue. With thanks to Editor-in-Chief, Andrew R. Whipple and the committee for choosing my work for the cover of their prestigious magazine.
June 8th, 2022
I am honored to have my photograph as the cover of the Mayflower Quarterly Magazine's Spring 2022 issue.
With gratitude to Editor-in-Chief, Andrew R. Whipple and committee for choosing my work to grace their prestigious magazine.
December 27th, 2021
I am honored to have my photograph on the cover of the Mayflower Quarterly Magazine, Vol. 87, No. 4, Winter 2021.
Inside the cover is a thoughtful thank you from the editor-in-chief, Andrew R. Whipple.
"This issue's cover art is from a photograph entitled, January at Plymouth Rock. The photograph was captured by Janice Drew,, a photographer based in Plymouth, Massachusetts. A print of the photo can be found at Janice's website: janice-drew.pixels.com
Thank you Janice for allowing the GSMD permission to use this image!"
July 23rd, 2021
I am honored to have two of my photographs accepted in the second public art exhibit at Town Hall in Plymouth, Massachusetts. A total of 67 pieces of artwork submitted by 48 local artists is now hanging as the 'Natural Plymouth Exploring Our Great Outdoors' exhibit.
Both pieces were printed and framed by Fine Art America.
December 8th, 2020
I am honored to have been the recipient of the Tony Award for December 2020. The award for artistic merit is presented monthly by one of our fellow artists on Fine Art America/Pixels.
With gratitude to November 2020 recipient, Janine Riley, for choosing me. Thank you to Abbie Shores for your support, and to Tony Murray for your wonderful design.
I am truly humbled and honored to be a part of your group.
July 7th, 2020
I am honored to have five of my photographs featured in the "Following in Their Footsteps" local landmarks and historic buildings feature in the South Shore Home, Life & Style magazine for Summer 2020.
The feature "showcases 20 nearby sites with significant connections to the Mayflower passengers".
My photographs: Tulips garden at Pilgrim Hall Museum, Jabez Howland House in autumn, Mayflower Society House, Roses at the Plimoth Grist Mill and Burial Hill with Gov. William Bradford's monument in the foreground are all available in my collections.
July 13th, 2019
This is the video of the first public art exhibit at the Town Hall in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Please click on "Click here for more information" to view the video.
My three works were printed and framed by Fine Art America. I am so pleased with their work.
June 14th, 2019
I am pleased to announce that three of my photographs were accepted into the very first Art Exhibit at Plymouth, Massachusetts Town Hall. The theme of the exhibit is "The Villages and Neighborhoods of Plymouth".
There are ninety-four pieces created by fifty-eight local artists hanging on the first and second floor corridors of the new Town Hall and 1820 Courthouse that opened in downtown Plymouth on October 31. 2017.
The artwork was unveiled at a reception held at Town Hall on June 6, 2019. The works will hang for one year from that date and possibly longer as we enter 2020, the 400 anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims.
My first piece is a "Plymouth Harbor/The Waterfront" scene. It is titled, "The Sun and the Fog". I focused on Mayflower II's two shallops on a foggy August morning as the sun was breaking through the dense fog at Plymouth harbor.
Depicting "Downtown", my second photograph is the Plimoth Grist Mill at Jenney Pond on a glorious June morning when the roses were in full bloom.
Lastly, a collage of the Plymouth Cordage Company representing North Plymouth. I created this for all the relatives of the families who worked the mills, including my maternal grandfather and two uncles. My grandfather retired after 40 years of service. The company, founded in 1824, was the largest maker of rope and twine in the world. For over 100 years, it remained one of the largest employers in Plymouth. After 140 years in business, it folded in 1964.
I am honored to be amongst the talented local artists. If you are in Plymouth, Massachusetts, please visit the Town Hall to view all the artwork.
August 10th, 2017
I was contacted by the photo editor at "Scholastic News" asking to use my "Wooden Shallop" photograph in one of their online features called "Words to Know". In the feature, vocabulary words are pulled from the print issue and shown with a definition and an image for illiustration.
For their November/December 2017 issue, the topic is Pilgrims & Wampanoag. They would like to illustrate the word "Shallop" using my photo of a wooden shallop.
The "Words to Know" accompanies a digital version of the print magazine online. The feature is only viewable to teacher subscribers via a password-protected web site.
I'm thrilled that my photograph was chosen for this feature and educational purposes.
August 23rd, 2016
I was honored to have my photograph chosen as the wedding guestbook for my niece's wedding. Three months before the wedding, the bride and groom ordered an 18.5 x 24" print and two mattes (antique white and photo gray) from Fine Art America/Pixels. With matting, the overall size was 25.5 x 31".
Having seen it in person, I was impressed with the quality of the print and matting.
The wedding was August 20, 2016 at the Plymouth Yacht Club in Plymouth, Massachusetts. An outdoor ceremony, Mayflower II, docked at state pier, became the backdrop of many of the wedding photographs. The photograph chosen by the bride and groom matched the setting of the wedding.
I took this photograph one August morning when the fog was lifting, and the sun was breaking through the clouds. I titled it, "The Sun and the Fog".
The photograph was framed by Golden Gull Studios in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The wedding was a beautiful memorable occasion.