SUMMIT, NJ - Reeves-Reed Arboretum is presenting 'Santa Fe: through the lens of Marilyn Pfaltz', an exhibit of images that capture the location's eternally blue skies, beautiful multi-tone landscape palette, and colorful culture. 'Santa Fe' will be on display at The HAT Tavern in Summit July 11 through October.
The images in the exhibit reflect the photographer's sense and sensibility to the space as well as to the heritage and tradition of the place. “The camera is a solo instrument. My eye behind the viewfinder searches for the decisive moment to ‘push the click’, to create visual choices that write a photographic story from my personal point of view,” said Pfaltz.
Pfaltz is an author / photographer whose books include "Ocean Grove, a Photographic Essay," and "How to Move Your Family Successfully." She has worked as a photojournalist for the Chatham Journal. Her works have been shown at the Woodman Gallery, Papermill Playhouse Gallery, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, The Jacob Trapp Gallery, The Liberty Science Center, and the Salmagundi Club in New York City.
Pfaltz has also produced a poster series which include the 'Landmarks of New Jersey', the 'Doors of Summit', 'Looking into Millburn', and 'Ocean Grove – God’s Square Mile'.
All the works are for sale and the artist will donate 30% of each purchase to Reeves-Reed Arboretum.
The HAT Tavern is located at 570 Springfield Avenue.