Local Photographer Showcases Images of the Pine Barrens
Local photographer Richard Lewis is showcasing his stunning images of the New Jersey Pine Barrens at the Hansen Warner Building Gallery, in Medford, through March 16.
Local photographer Richard Lewis is showcasing his stunning images of the New Jersey Pine Barrens at the Hansen Warner Building Gallery, in Medford, through March 16. Curated by Patricia S. Worley, of Twilight Blue Photography, LLC, the exhibition will also be part of the Medford Art Walk on Main, which will be open from 6 to 8 p.m., February 10, 2 to 4 p.m., February 19, and from 6 to 8 p.m., March 16. Private viewings are available by appointment.
Lewis has been hiking and photographing the New Jersey Pine Barrens for many years. He has become known throughout South Jersey for his work documenting the unique landscape that exists here. One of his most treasured locations is the Franklin Park Preserve. This is the New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s largest property with more than 10,000 acres full of diverse landscapes such as pitch pine forests, cedar swamps, bogs, blueberry fields and tributaries of the Wading River.
Location: 6 S. Main St. For more information or an appointment, call Worley at 609-694-3247 or visit RichardLewisPhotography.com.Edit ModuleShow Tags