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Bird photography at Kramer for the new year

Jan 08, 2020
“Wild Turkeys — Tom Meeting” by Betsy Headley.

Belfast — “Celebrating Maine Birds,” an exhibit of photographs by Betsy Headley, is now on display through Feb. 28 in the Kramer Gallery at the Belfast Free Library, 106 High St.

Headley, a Swanville photographer, artist and poet, has always been inspired by wildlife. In recent years, birds have become a special passion. Identifying, studying and photographing Maine’s rich avian diversity has proven to be an extraordinary journey.

On Friday, Jan. 24, from 4 to 6 p.m., there will be a light reception in the Abbott Room, and a short poetry reading by Headley from her book “Something Is Always Left,” published by Maine Authors Publishing in 2017.

Headley earned a BA degree in anthropology and fine arts from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colo., where she exhibited her work in juried art festivals and one-person shows. Headley has participated in photography/art shows throughout Maine.

For more information about the Kramer Gallery, call 338-3884, ext. 10.

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