Photography exhibit features alumna’s ghostly images
The McKillop Library is hosting “Forgotten – Remembered,” a photography exhibit by Salve Regina alumna Joya Granbery Hoyt. Featuring ghostly images in historic New England island houses, the exhibit will be on display through Friday, Nov. 1, with an artist reception set for 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22.
Hoyt’s large format prints of long exposure photographs highlight historic New England island houses from Jamestown and Newport, R.I., along with Nantucket, Mass.
Hoyt received a master’s degree from Salve Regina in 1977, and all models represented in her photographs – including the artist herself, Pamela Granbery, Trish Luberti and George Brian Sullivan – have some connection to the University.
All images in the exhibit were printed by David Leclerc of SixLines Studios in Cummaquid, Mass.