UNE faculty member Tim Greenway's photography exhibit opens at Portland City Hall

Tim Greenway's exhibit “Mackworth Island Transformed: Rocks Reimagined” is now on display
Tim Greenway's exhibit “Mackworth Island Transformed: Rocks Reimagined” is now on display

July 09, 2018

"Roots to Rewire" is one of the photos on display in Tim Greenway's exhibit
"Roots to Rewire" is one of the photos on display in Tim Greenway's exhibit

“Mackworth Island Transformed: Rocks Reimagined,” a photography exhibit by UNE Adjunct Photography Professor Tim Greenway, made its debut at Portland City Hall on July 3.

Using the popular rock formation near the pier on Mackworth Island as its primary subject, the exhibit explores the transformation of space within the context of both the physical and psychological.

Greenway’s photographs visualize imaginative landscapes by detailing the island’s geology. He focuses on microecology, transforming the familiar coastline into an abstraction of color, texture, pattern and form. The photographs lead viewers to reimagine a recognizable setting.

The exhibit will be on display in the rotunda at Portland City Hall until August 31.

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