Current Gallery Exhibit

June 21 – July 8

In the Highlands Community Room:

Debby Stubbs
Nature and Wildlife

Debby Stubbs is a native of Brunswick and a graduate of Brunswick High School. Her interest in photography began as a hobby in 1973 with a Sears 35mm film camera. Starting with nature, scenic, and family pictures, she found a real passion in birding and bird photography. Her work focuses on Maine wildlife, flowers, and scenery with a special addiction for birds. After publishing in Birds & Blooms and Up North, The Moosehead Magazine, for several years, she won several photo contests and was featured in several art galleries in Millinocket and Port Clyde as well as Brunswick. She is a member of the Merry-Meeting Art Association.

Her focus the past few years has been exhibiting and selling at art shows, local shops, and art galleries. She has been perfecting her photography techniques, adding to her portfolio, and visiting places across the United States and Canada, adding images from her travels to Florida, Texas, Alaska, Victoria, BC, and the Seattle, WA area. Sharing stories of her experiences and images with others who enjoy our natural world as she does is an added highlight to her work. There are over 9000 photos to choose from in her current catalog and some are featured on her website at

In the Crooker Gallery:

Jack Sharkey
Scenes of Maine

I bought my first DSLR 3 years ago. Watched hours and hours of YouTube videos, read about digital photography then had a one hour private lesson with Ben Williamson. Then I was hooked! What better place to show what is right in our world then to photograph the coast and mountains and forests of Maine. It doesn’t get any better than this. I live in Topsham with my wife Diane and our two cats Bogey and Birdie. Yep, I’m a golfer too!