A Local's Perspective--
June 18, 2019 • Leave a Comment
I am pleased to note that five of my photographs are on display at the offices of the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation in Toms River. The foundation is a charitable organization based in the area that has funded many excellent charitable activities and institutions, including those devoted to the arts. The curator of the office wall space at the foundation, Yvonne Yaar, asked me to display my work, and I am glad to be able to do so.
Although this is not a formal show (it is in a business office, after all), I have named it "A Local's Perspective." I have tried to present photographs from the Toms River/Ocean County area that are not scenic or touristy or beachy, but instead offer a different perspective on some of the things often seen in this area. None of the photographs are new--the newest dates to last September--and although they were taken a different times (one is about five years old), I think they work together well. The photos include "Sailing at Odd Angles" (in black and white), "Fluttery Gull" (in color), "Reflection" (in color), "Quiet Swan" (in ball and white, and color), and "Tranquility" (in black and white).
The photographs will be up until mid-August. If you have business with the foundation, I hope that you stop and give them a look! Thanks!
Keywords: A Local's Perspective, black and white photography, charitable organization, charity, color photography, foundation, Frank Parisi Photography, Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation, Monmouth County, New Jersey, Ocean county, photography, the arts, Toms River, , Yaar, Yvonne
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