April 23, 2018
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Amicus photographers exhibit work at library

BANGOR — For the third year in a row, the photographers from Penobscot Valley Industries and Ralph Leek Elders, both divisions of Amicus, will exhibit their photography through Monday, Oct. 28, at the Bangor Public Library Lecture Hall.

PVI and RLE are community support programs that provide professional support for individuals with disabilities, to enhance quality of life and independence.

The theme of the exhibit is “The Awesome Seasons of Nature.”

The photographers have worked on their exhibit throughout the year in photography groups led by Heather Bryant, Sharon Murphy, Shannon Seekings and Edna Taber.

Pamela Colson Power, program director, said, “The staff and photographers have

collaborated in planning and developing this exhibit to showcase creative interpretations of

nature with inspiring photos through the eyes of our dedicated and accomplished men and


Nature lovers, gardeners and hikers from the Bangor area will enjoy images of favorite spots such as The Pink Tulip Project garden at the Bangor Public Library, downtown Bangor by Kenduskeag Stream, Windswept Gardens, Brown Woods, the Orono Bog, Ecotat Gardens in Herman, Raven Trail in Orrington, the Penobscot River, Sparkle Pond in Glenburn and Chapin Park.

Photographers whose work is on display are Linda Atwood, Jonathon Beale, Mary Ann Ayoob, Scott Brown, Julie Doucette, Jaimmie Eaton, Chris Emery, Tashua Gerry, David Hopkinson, Arno LaBrecque, Ryan Lahaye, Patricia Landry, James Lay, Wayne McAfee, Ted Merchant, Angella Messer, Crystal Michaud, Alan Rawley, Brian Robinson, Gregg Smith, Andy Tidd, Lisa Van Tasel, Butch Leavitt, Karen Coldwell, Brenda Jury, Arlene Hart, Brenda Ouellette, Jane Lee, Kevin Curtis, Sabra Ravenscraft, Harrison Pomroy III, Cindy Taylor, Susanne Costigan, Susan Emery, Richard Miller, Lena Rene, Judy Sinclair, Jerry Standley and Cheryl Tracey.

For information about the photography programs at PVI and RLE, call Pam at 941-2898.

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