Portraits • Headshots • Plymouth, New Hampshire

Protest Portraits – October Updates

It has been a busy month for the Protest Portraits. We moved the large-scale outdoor art exhibit from Holderness School to Plymouth State University, where it was installed for ten days. Next, we installed it at New Hampton School for two weeks. Teachers and professors at each school incorporated the exhibit into their curriculum. Amy

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Family Portraits for Diana, Bobby, & Belle

I was so happy to welcome this beautiful family to the studio recently. Diana and her husband, Bobby, wanted some personal branding images for a new venture. Their daughter, Belle, needed new images for acting. The family also wanted to have some casual as well as more formal portraits, individually and together. They love their

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“See My Color”

National Juried Exhibition by Women’s Caucus for Art of Greater Washington, DC I’m happy to announce that three of my portraits from the Protest Portraits series have been selected for a juried online exhibition by the Women’s Caucus for Art of Greater Washington, DC Area (WCADC). The WCADC invited members of the National Women’s Caucus for

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The 2020 FL3TCH3R Exhibit

Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University October 5 – December 11 I’m pleased to announce that three of my works from the Protest Portraits series have been selected for an international, juried exhibit called “The FL3TCH3R Exhibit,” at East Tennessee State University. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 11, 2020Contacts: Barbara H. & M. Wayne Dyerco-directors, 423-534-9827 2020

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“Us: What divides us and what unites us?”

Exhibit at the Touchstone Gallery, Washington, D.C. I’m pleased to announce that one of my portraits, Protest Portrait: Nakiya #1, from the Protest Portraits series has been selected for an international online juried exhibit called “Us: What divides us and what unites us?” at the Touchstone Gallery in Washington, D.C. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 18

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