NJ Audubon: NJ Audubon Photography Instructors’ Summer Exhibition

NJ Audubon: NJ Audubon Photography Instructors’ Summer Exhibition
The Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery

David DesRochers and Phil Witt, long time instructors for Sherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary photography workshop series, have been photographing the natural world for decades. Their pictures have won awards in numerous competitions. Their enthusiasm for both nature and photography is evident in their images — ranging from landscapes to wildlife from around the world. They, along with this year’s workshop assistants, Cathy DesRochers, Becky Witt, and Jack and Ellen Moskowitz, will have a show of their nature-oriented images in the Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery between June 1 and August 27.

 

When
Friday, June 1 through Monday, August 27, 2018

Gallery Hours
Tuesday through Saturday: 9:00am to 5:00pm | Sunday: Noon to 5:00pm | Closed: Mondays

Where
The Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery, Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, 11 Hardscrabble Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924

Cost
Free

Contact Information
  1. SHWS
  2. 908-396-6386
  3. shws@njaudubon.org
Fri, June 01
9:00 am — 5:00 pm
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NJ Audubon: NJ Audubon Photography Instructors’ Summer Exhibition
The Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery

David DesRochers and Phil Witt, long time instructors for Sherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary photography workshop series, have been photographing the natural world for decades. Their pictures have won awards in numerous competitions. Their enthusiasm for both nature and photography is ...

11 Hardscrabble Rd Bernardsville, NJ 07924

The Wayrick Gallery, Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary

11 Hardscrabble Rd
Bernardsville, NJ 07924

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