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ADVANCING THE ARTS ACROSS MARYLAND

LEE GOODWIN

LEE GOODWIN

Artist Work

Dorchester County, April Morning
2012
Archial Digital Photograph
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Galesville, October Morning
2012
Archial Digital Photograph
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Dorchester County, October Morning
2012
Archial Digital Photograph
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Bay Front Park, December Morning
2-12
Archial Digital Photograph
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Annapolis, December Morning
2012
Archial Digital Photograph
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Baltimore Harbor, February Morning
2014
Archial Digital Photograph
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Artist Information

County
Montgomery County
Phone
301-580-5909
Artistic Category

Visual Arts

Artist Statement

I am a renewable energy lawyer and a fine art photographer based in Montgomery County, Maryland. Because I make my living in the renewable energy field, I have been concerned about the potential impact of climate change for many years. Recently, I have been using my avocation as a fine art photographer to try to increase awareness about climate change. In 2013, I had a solo photography exhibit at the Delaplaine Art Center in Frederick entitled “Chesapeake Bay – Endangered Landscape”. The exhibit featured landscape photographs of places where land and water meet around the edge of the Bay which are most vulnerable to rising sea levels due to the combined effects of climate change and land subsidence. (You can see a virtual gallery of the photographs from that exhibit here: https://lee-goodwin.squarespace.com/2013-delaplaine-endangered-landscape-exhibit/, and you can see the entire series on my website at www.leegoodwin.com in the Chesapeake gallery) Photographs from my Endangered Landscape series are now on permanent display in the Maryland House of Delegates office building in Annapolis, in the Environment & Transportation Committee Room, and in the offices of the Appropriations Committee.

Artist Bio

I am a renewable energy lawyer and a fine art photographer based in Maryland. Because I make my living in the renewable energy field, I have been concerned about the potential impact of climate change for many years. Recently, I have been using my avocation as a fine art photographer to try to increase awareness about climate change. In 2013, I had a solo photography exhibit at the Delaplaine Art Center in Frederick entitled “Chesapeake Bay – Endangered Landscape”. The exhibit featured landscape photographs of places where land and water meet around the edge of the Bay which are most vulnerable to rising sea levels due to the combined effects of climate change and land subsidence. (You can see a virtual gallery of the photographs from that exhibit here: https://lee-goodwin.squarespace.com/2013-delaplaine-endangered-landscape-exhibit/and you can see the entire series on my website at www.leegoodwin.com in the Chesapeake gallery) Photographs from my Endangered Landscape series are now on permanent display in the Maryland House of Delegates office building in Annapolis, in the Environment & Transportation Committee Room, and in the offices of the Appropriations Committee.