Thursday, July 5, 2012


by Tom Robinson-Cox
limited edition photograph
archival pigment print

This Friday the RNG window will feature this work by photographer Tom Robinson-Cox.   This photograph has just won the Griffin Museum of Photography Award for excellence in photography at the Rockport Art Association Second Summer Exhibition 2012.

Tom's inspiration for this comes from a boat yard in Maine: "This is a natural unmanipulated photograph of a plug (mold) used for building boats that has been weathering outdoors for many years at Greene Marine in Yarmouth, Maine; the blue tarp is disintegrating, and the epoxy-coated plywood has buckled. I am often inspired by observed scenes and found objects which have a strong graphic quality."  

Boat Yard Blues is 23" high by 27" wide (framed).  It is a limited edition photograph, archival pigment print and priced at $350.  The photograph will be hanging in the gallery window from Friday, July 6th, until Thursday, July 12th.  To see more of Tom's work visit the gallery or his website at

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