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Photo Exhibit “At the Water’s Edge” to Benefit Kestrel
September 25 - November 7
Photographer Ray Hubbe will be presenting a new exhibit of his work called “At the Water’s Edge” beginning September 25 at Loomis Village in South Hadley. The collection of photos examines the various scenes, objects and activity one encounters where land and water meet.
Ray photographs mostly birds, animals and nature scenes but also photographs anything that catches his eye as interesting. He prefers photos that evoke a feeling or bring the viewer deeper into the story.
Ray has generously offered to donate all proceeds from the sale of these photos to support Kestrel’s work. Please join the artist and representatives from Kestrel at an Open House on Wednesday, September 25 at 4:30 pm. The opening event is free and open to the public. The exhibit will be on display through the first week of November.
Dr. Ray Hubbe is an ophthalmologist practicing with the Eye Physicians of Northampton since 1993. Ray was born and grew up in a mill town in northern Maine surrounded by rivers, lakes, mountains and lots of wilderness. A love for art and photography was nurtured by his cartographer and artist mother, and engineer father who also painted and did photography. At a young age, Ray was given a compact 35mm camera and has enjoyed photography ever since. Other creative endeavors that Ray also enjoys include furniture design and woodworking.
Ray, his wife Ginger Burn and her mother Betsey Burn, who is a resident of Loomis Village, share a love for nature, travel and art.