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Surfaces – An Exhibit of Spontaneous Visions by Tom Cameron

June 12, 2018

Obj-PortTom Cameron is an accomplished, award-winning photographer.  His talent has grown over the last 15 years as he explores the world behind the lens.  At this point he has nearly a dozen solo exhibitions in his resume and been published in numerous places including The Windsor Historical Society.  I’ve noticed the progressive stages in his work over the years and he is now delving into new and somewhat ephemeral images.

More publication sources:

  • Hartford Courant
  • Farmington River Watershed Association
  • Farmington River Coordinating Committee

Tom is a participating member of the Canton Artist Guild and displays often at their gallery, The Gallery on the Green in Canton, CT.  He is also artist coordinator and regular contributor at the Market Gallery in Collinsville, CT

His passion most certainly involves the water, often on the water in a kayak.  His specialty is early morning when the dawn’s low angle lighting provides quiet emotions or misty scenes.

As he states “My photography is predominantly realist, organic, non-composed imagery.  I concentrate on waterscapes and their flora and fauna with occasional still life and abstract works.”  He colorfully uses the concept of *macchia to describe his approach for this collection.  Surfaces contrasts the realist with the more distracted images found in the environment perhaps reflecting the variable movement and lighting effects.

Dates & Details:

The gallery:  The Celeste LeWitt Gallery,  263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT  06030

Curator:  Linda Webber (phone: 860-679-2684)

Hours:  8am – 9pm daily

Show dates:  June 14th to September 20th, 2018

Reception:  Thursday, July 19th, 4:30 – 6:00pm

UConn Exhibit - Surfaces '18 #2-Edit

*Macchia:  Italian artist Vittorio Imbriana defined the concept as the instantaneous recognition of a total compositional effect.

Tom Cameron can be reached at:

His work can be viewed at:


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