Don’t Miss This Photographic Fundraiser for The Cabot Theater by Thom Adorney

Captivating Moments: Music, Dance, and the American Landscape

The exhibit dates: July 1 – 27
Where: Beverly Public Library, 32 Essex St., Beverly, MA 01915

Photographer Thom Adorney of Beverly, MA will have a photography exhibit at the Beverly Public Library during the month of July. The exhibit will feature photographs of artists, such as Angie Miller, Livingston Taylor, Steve James, and Comedian Patty Ross, who have performed at The Cabot Theater, as well as landscapes from across America.

“I love capturing artists in that exquisite moment when they are lost in the act of creating,” says Thom. “There’s a purity in that.”

A New England native, Thom spent 35 years in Colorado and traveling the West. He’s photographed in the canyon lands of Utah and Arizona, the Colorado Rockies, and the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone in Wyoming. “There’s something supernatural about the vast spaces and dramatic landscapes in the West,” he says. “But the North Shore, with it’s rocky coastline, marshes, and towering woods, is no less beautiful. I’m delighted to have a new palette to work from.”

The photographs in the exhibit, as well as those on his website, will be available to purchase, with a portion of the profits being donated to renovating The Cabot Theater. “Volunteering at The Cabot is truly gratifying,” says Thom. “I feel that I am helping re-create a cultural hub for Beverly and the North Shore.”


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