Most of our guests here at Gabriel’s quickly grow familiar with co-owner Elizabeth Gabriel Brooke as a warm and kind presence around the inn. But there’s another side to Elizabeth you may know nothing about: she’s a renowned Provincetown photographer, and we are excited to announce her new gallery opening at our Provincetown Bed and Breakfast on the first floor of our main building.

Elizabeth’s sensibilities were first nurtured during her childhood on the eastern shore of Long Island, NY, where her love of nature began to develop into an aesthetic eye for what others often miss. For Elizabeth, her art is about sharing the essential meaning of what powerfully draws her in while out shooting: feeling the interconnection of all life at its essence.

Bwindi house with a woman and children in front of it.

© Elizabeth G. Brooke – Bwindi house, Uganda

Gabriel’s guests will now have two ways to view and be inspired to purchase framed or unframed matted prints of Provincetown’s iconic landmarks, magnificent natural land, and seascapes. In the office, find her images from her trips to Antarctica, New Zealand, Iceland, Costa Rica, Namibia, Galapagos, Kenya, Egypt, and Uganda. Her wildlife pictures are not to be missed.

These exhibits will feature new work as they’re completed, curated by Elizabeth Anne. In fact, she is out in the Yukon now. Elizabeth’s full bio and other interesting information are available on her website, where her work is available for viewing and sale.

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A Kibale chimpanzee between leaves. Come and see these incredible photographs and more at our exhibition located at Gabriel's Provincetown.

© Elizabeth G. Brooke – A Kibale chimpanzee between leaves

Book Event: September 23rd from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm

In Gabriel’s tradition of loving and supporting the arts community, we’d like to invite you to come to hear Elizabeth G. Brooke and National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship recipient, novelist Lynne Hugo on September 23rd from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. They will be chatting with people casually and presenting a program titled “Two Artistic Approaches to Saving Wildlife.” Elizabeth G will share some thoughts on wildlife photography, and Lynne will present her 11th novel, The Language of Kin.

Jeff Peters of East End Books will be on hand with copies of the novel. You can see what it’s about in advance on Lynne’s website.

We’d love to see you at this free event, which is open to the public! Light refreshments will be served.