Up and coming: 

Athens, Greece. In 2016 Richard began a series of twice-seen images of ancient sites in Athens, Greece, to be continued in 2017.


June-October, 2017:  Monhegan Island.   Monhegan Come Again will once again be available at the Lupine Gallery on Monhegan Island, Maine.  The book is also available on Amazon.com and at Sherman's Book Stores in Maine.

Richard Moore is a member and past president of the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists and a member of the New Hampshire Art Association and the Ogunquit Art Association.  He regularly exhibits recent work at shows of these and other organizations.

Past events: 

Summer 2014.  Monhegan Come Again was a feature of the Monhegan Quadricentennial celebration, and a copy was placed in the time capsure to be opened in 2114.  Prints from the book were sold as a fundraiser for the Quadricentennial and were displayed in locations from the Island Inn to the Trailing Yew.  

Exeter Town Hall.  Every January, participation in the annual Town Hall Exhibit of the NH Society of Photographic Artists

Regular shows at Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, Portsmouth NH, and the Barn Gallery in Ogunquit, Maine. 

McLane Center of N.H. Audubon, Concord NH,  Exhibit of 10 Twice-seen images in the White Mountains, in honor of the 100th year of New Hampshire Audubon.

Group show, "Time and Tide," Robert Lincoln Levy East Gallery, Portsmouth NH.  Photographs and sculptures shaped by the sea, Richard Moore with Audrey V. Sylvester and Kathy Hanson.  February, 2012

Joint exhibit of the Camera Club of Exeter, England and the NH Society of Photographic Artists, at the historic Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, Portsmouth, NH, September  2011. 

Invitational show, "Unusual Viewpoints:  Twenty Days in May,"  Colby Sawyer Colloge, New London, New Hampshire, May 2011.

"Molly's World," exhibit at the Wentworth-Coolidge State Historic Site, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, fall 2009; available in book form.

"Odiorne Point:  Twice-seen," exhibit at the Seacoast Science Center, Odiorne Point State Park, Rye, New Hampshire, January 2008, also available in book form.