The G Gibson Photo Art Gallery is a collection of original photographs depicting the estuary splendor, historical locales, period architecture, and water influenced way of life found across Maryland's Chesapeake Bay region.

Galleries feature a variety of subjects including:

  • waterfront, shoreline and rural landscape vistas captured over the course of the day from the onset of dawn to the arrival of dusk
  • historical towns of Somerset and St. Mary's Counties to the south up through Anne Arundel and Queen Anne's Counties in the central Bay region and north to Cecil County
  • period residential, public and commercial architecture of the colonial, federal and Victorian eras
  • recreational and commercial boats of sail as well as those under power including quintessential Bay workboats such as the Deadrise and Skipjack
  • Chesapeake Bay wildlife from the Blue Heron and Osprey to the Blue Crab

Glenn's interest in photography developed soon after his early visits to the historical towns, rural venues and water oriented locales of the Chesapeake Bay region. His travels would soon take him northward above Havre de Grace in Cecil County, down along both eastern and western Chesapeake Bay tributaries as far south as lower Somerset as well as St. Mary's Counties.

Eventually Glenn would take up residence on the outer most peninsula of Annapolis Maryland proper and there further developed his lifelong passion for both photography and writing with Maryland's Chesapeake Bay region as a source of inspiration.

Even though modern day changes and challenges in the Bay region, incurred by economic development, residential growth and climate change: their commonality being in close proximity to America's largest estuary, Glenn's photographs and their annotations serve as document of its current state as well as vestiges of its historical past.