SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The colorful beach images captured by local photographer, Sherman Feller, will be featured at the Scotch Plains Public Library from Saturday, May 13 – Saturday, June 10, 2017.
The exhibit includes photographs taken in Atlantic City, New Jersey; Capistrano, California; Santa Barbara, California; Morro Bay, California; St. Maarten, Netherlands; Mazatlan, Mexico; Grand Cayman Island; Maui, Hawaii; Newport Beach, California & Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Feller, a self-taught photographer, is a resident of Fanwood. He has 55 years of photography experience using medium format and 35 mm cameras. He is experienced in darkroom processing of black & white, color negatives, and print, and currently specializes in digital photography.
The artist has exhibited five times at the Scotch Plains Library and at the Malamut Art Gallery, the Pearl Street Gallery, and the Kenilworth and Westfield libraries.
He has incorporated a range of subject matter from landscape to people in his exhibits. Mr. Feller received Third Prize in the 2011 “Capture the Beauty of New Jersey” summer photo contest from the State of New Jersey and first, second and fourth prize in a US Army photographer contest. He actively participates in the Unique Vision Workshop, a group associated with the NJ Photography Forum, and has exhibited for several years in their annual shows.
A gallery reception will be held at the library on Sunday, May 21 at 1:00 pm.
The Scotch Plains Public Library is located at 1927 Bartle Avenue, one block from Park Avenue, in the center of town.