Did you miss the reception for the Snapshots of Middle Smithfield Photography Exhibit? There’s still time! The incredible photos from the Pocono Photo Club and other local photographers will be on display through June 30.
And for anyone looking to add some local class to their homes, the photos from the Pocono Photo Club are for sale until the exhibit ends. Sales are made on a first-come, first-serve basis, so be sure to make your choice known!
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Last Thursday’s reception for the Snapshots exhibit was a huge success. Over 100 guests came out to view the landscapes, architecture and faces of our blossoming community. Exhibit attendees were able to view the township through the eyes of local photographers at a reception held on June 5, 2014. The reception helped kick off the launch of “Know Your Culture” on Middle Smithfield Township’s website and helped kick off a plan to bring attention to the diverse group of artists in the community.
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Many photographers from the Pocono Photo Club participated in the reception and will continue to have their work on exhibit until June 30. The photographers who have their art on display include Charles Barndt, Patricia Bregen, James Chesnick, Sarina Cook, Tony Collanzo, Terry Flatt, Bob Garcia, Eric Goins, Marlana Hosten, Narlene Jacobs, Sue Kulick, Ann Le Fevre, Alice Mehlman, Steven Natiello, Taylor Natiello, Art Ringler, Laurinda Faye Rubin, and Kim Williams.
Reception attendees were treated to lovely music played by local musician Pete Begley who plays the unique stick instrument. Attendees were treated to hors d’oeuvres as they walked around observing the diverse photographs of Middle Smithfield.
All art on display for the month of June is available for purchase with the price set by the artist. This is just the first of many cultural events planned this year at Middle Smithfield Township. “Snapshots of Middle Smithfield” will be on display until June 30, 2014 during normal business hours when no meetings are taking place.