Friday, January 21, 2011

View from the Cape Photo Exhibit Open

[March Moon: Red-winged Blackbird. This 11"X17" print is one of over 25 exhibited at CMBO's Center for Research and Education along Route 47 north of Goshen.]

The Cape May Bird Observatory is hosting a particularly interesting exhibit for the first show of the new year in their on-site Sluice Creek Gallery. Called “A View from the Cape ,” the show features a variety of juried photographs depicting the natural beauty of the Cape May area. The exhibit will run for 6 weeks, and the public is cordially invited.Sluice Creek Gallery's normal hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30 to 4:30. CMBO is located at 600 Route 47 [near mile marker15.8], just north of Goshen, N.J.

A total of 25 works from the the following photographers are featured: CariAnne Slotterback, Karl Lukens, Kevin Karlson, Mike Hannisian, Nancy Watson, Scott Whittle, Tony Leukering, Will Kerling and Don Freiday.

All work in the show is by volunteers or staff from CMBO, a non-profit conservation organization. Photos will be for sale, and a portion of the profits will be donated to CMBO. In addition the wildlife gallery will offer a folk art component comprised of work done by a number of professional New Jersey carvers.

For more information please contact exhibit designer/coordinator Susan Zipper at (609) 861-0700 ext. 38.

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