Bob Crink’s photography show, ‘People and Places on the Peninsula,’ may be viewed from Jan. 11 through February in the Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library’s Great Room during regular hours.
From an early age Bob was interested in art — watercolors, pencil sketching and photography. He continued to pursue his interest in photography after he graduated from college. As a design engineer for Chevrolet, he sketched sports cars and started taking more photos of sports car races. Later on, he switched his focus and developed a passion for taking portraits of people and scenes of New England.
“I see the extra in the ordinary,” Bob says, “Whether I’m looking at people, places, or things. I always have at least one camera with me and find inspiration everywhere. I find people especially fascinating and am honored that everyone I photograph, even if they are initially reluctant to pose for portraits, ends up enjoying the process and the images.”
Bob is a member of the Motor City Camera Club and won the ‘Slide of the Year’ twice in the Kodak National Photography Contest.
The library, at 4 Oak Street in Boothbay Harbor, is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m,; and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Masks required.
Special thanks are extended to Emily Mirabile at Woodsong Market for print production. Please contact the artist to discuss purchasing prints at: (207) 882-8018 or email@example.com