Art exhibit: Don Crumb

September 1 through 29

Photography by Don Crumb

September 1 through 29

Dr. Don Crumb, a self-taught photographer, started with film but now works exclusively with digital imaging. While many of his photographs were taken in our National Parks across the United States, he also enjoys capturing images locally and throughout New York State, including in the Adirondacks. It is a common sight to see Don with his camera photographing flowers, songbirds, whitetail deer, and fox in his Camillus neighborhood.

You may have seen some of his award-winning photographs at the New York State Fair in recent years. Don was also privileged to have won the Grand Prize in the 2017 Nikon and Princess Cruises International Photo Contest for his photograph Polychrome Pass taken in Denali National Park.

Now that he has his own business, Don Crumb Photography, he prints and sells his photographs and photo notecards. His portfolio can be viewed on his website at

This exhibit includes both printed and digital photographs. The digital photos are in a slideshow that plays in a continuous loop on Maxwell’s 75-inch television screen. The show is open to the public any time there isn’t another event scheduled in the community room. Information on purchasing prints and other products directly from Don Crumb Photography is available at the exhibit.

Image credits:
Polychrome Pass
by Don Crumb