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Sarah Hood Salomon has been a professional photographer for over 40 years.    

Her award winning work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo shows.     

She is a photography judge, curator, author, and lecturer.

Select Solo &  Multiple Exposures Gallery, solo show, “Urban Forestry” 2021
Joint Shows     Gibson Island Gallery, solo show, “Spirit of the Woodlands, 2021
                        Jo Fleming Gallery, Annapolis, MD, 2 person show, 2020
                        Stone Tower Gallery at Glen Echo, “Solitudes”  solo show 2020
                        Multiple Exposures Gallery, “The Spirit of the Woodlands” solo show, 2019
                        Baltimore International Airport,  eight foot photo on display, Fall 2018-2021
                        Waverly Street Gallery, “Gestures” solo show, Sept, 2018
                        Multiple Exposures Gallery, “Shorelines” solo show, August 2017
                        Waverly Street Gallery, “Solitudes,” solo show, May 2016
                        Cherrydale Gallery, Arlington, VA, solo show, 2016
                        Curtis Gallery, “Unopened Drawers”  Solo show, New Canaan, CT, 2013
                        Photoworks, Two person show with Dennis O’Keefe, Glen Echo, MD 2011                             

                        Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 2 person show, 1995

Select Awards 1st Place, Allegany Arts Council, Photography as Sculpture, 2022
                        1st Place, Arts Herndon, “Fine Art Photography” 2020
                        Juror’s Choice, South East Center for Photography, 2019
                        Best in Show, Nature Visions 2016
                        Juror’s Award, Maryland Federation of Art, 2015
                        Photography Committee Award, Garden Club of America, 2015    

Represented by Multiple Exposures Gallery, Alexandria, VA, since 2016      

Education        Candidate for MFA in Photography, Maine Media College, spring 2023
                        B. A., Mount Holyoke College, 1979



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