Gary Beeber, “Tuesday”

Deborah Ehrens, “Peony Afterglow”

Bruce Hooke, “Authority”

Patricia Oday, “Fight Flight”

Karin Whittemore, “Threefold”

Cindy Wilson, “Copper Kettle”

Current Exhibit: Member Showcase
New Work from Members of PCPA

Exhibit: June 15 – August 11, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 15 from 5:00 – 9:00pm

The Providence Center for Photographic Arts (PCPA) opens it first member exhibit on June 15, showcasing recent work from about 30 of its members. PCPA is a member-supported organization with a mission of inspiring creative development in photo-based media. The images from this diverse group of photographers encompass a wide variety of approaches, techniques, and styles, ranging from traditional to boundary-pushing, mixed media presentations. The exhibit will be on display for two months this summer and can be viewed during regular gallery hours until Friday, August 11. The opening reception, coinciding with Providence Gallery Night, is Thursday, June 15, from 5-9 pm.

See the exhibit….

Participating artists:

David Aimone
Gary Beeber
Sandor Bodo
Daniel Borden
Jill Brody
David DeMelim
Robert Easton
Deborah Ehrens
Bruce Hooke
Robert Lacroix
Joseph Mansolillo
Rosemary Marchetta
Anne McNevin
Linda Megathlin
Eileen McCarney Muldoon
Paul M Murray
Patricia Oday
Philip Palombo
David Pinkham
Howard Rotblat-Walker
George Salter
Steven Schwartz
Pamela Sherer
Rebecca Skinner
Timothy Tolman
Mark Van Noppen
Karin Whittemore
Cindy Wilson
Katherine Wilson
David Zapatka

PCPA opened its doors in January 2017 as a non-profit gallery and center for the promotion of contemporary photography. With this member showcase, PCPA continues to forge its identity as a community gathering place in Providence where you can see exciting new art and engage in conversation with others who appreciate the art of photography.

About Providence Center for Photographic Arts

(formerly Peter Miller Fine Art Photography Gallery)

PCPA was founded to inspire creative development and provide opportunities to engage with the community through exhibitions, publications, education, and mutual support. We strive to advance our members’ careers, strengthen the appreciation of photo-based media, and foster dialogue around innovation in the arts. Our talented member artists come from both the local Providence area and far beyond. PCPA is non-profit organization led by dedicated volunteers. We run a full calendar of professional workshops, juried, group, and individual artist exhibits, member salons, and other activities throughout the year. All exhibits are free and open to the public. 

PCPA is located in the Russell House (built in 1772) in downtown Providence, around the corner from the Providence Art Club and across the street from Mill’s Tavern Restaurant at 118 North Main Street, 2nd floor. The gallery is open Fridays from 3:00 – 8:00pm and Saturdays from 1:00 – 4:00 pm and by appointment. Please contact or by phone at (401) 400-2542 with any questions. Visit the gallery online. Find us on FaceBook and Twitter. Visit the website for more details at