Artist and photographer Peggy McClure teaches beginning photography and darkroom, and occasional pinhole camera workshops, at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham. She shows her artwork mostly in the Boston and Metrowest area.

McClure uses photography, printmaking, and collage to create images that reference nature and landscape.  She combines traditional black and white photography with alternative photography, digital photography, monoprinting and drawing to create unique pieces of artwork.

New England Photographers ‘03
Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA,
May-September, 2003

Pinhole Images, solo exhibit
Danforth Museum School, February, 2004

Annual Juried Photography Show
The Center for the Arts at Natick, 2003
(honorable mention)

Selected Photographs, solo exhibit
Danforth Museum School, April 2001

Arthur Griffin Center
Photography Exhibit
(with Boston Camera Club and Cambridge Art Association)

Graphics, Printmaking and Photography:

Close to Home, invitational exhibit
The Center for Arts at Natick
May 2003

Overlay, small group show
ArtSpace, Maynard, MA
November/December 2001

Danforth Museum
Juried Members Show, June/July 2001

Relationships: Mothers & Daughters
Transit Fine Arts Gallery
Oil City, PA,  June 1999

Expressions of Reality 3-Person Exhibit
University Place, Cambridge Art Association
Cambridge, MA, October, 1999

Juried Exhibition for Graphics and Photography
Concord Art Museum, 1982, 1984, 1986

Juried Exhibition for Painting & Sculpture
Concord Art Museum, 1994, 1995

Distinguished Artists Invitational Exhibition
Concord Art Museum, 1996, 1998, 2000
1998 (honorable mention)

Danforth Museum School Juried Exhibit
Framingham Library, 1996

Saxonville Studios
1602B Concord Street, Framingham, MA 01701