Photographs by Adam Sanders
Exhibit runs through October 17th
Back in April, just three weeks into lockdown, Adam Sanders invited people in Atlantic Highlands to participate in his project Dear Neighbor. This is a record of neighbors separated by necessity yet united in spirit. 49 households volunteered and over the next few weeks he traveled from lawn to lawn in the evenings, standing awkwardly on stools and stepladders, shooting through windows and doors to capture images of his neighbors in their homes.
The Exhibit can be viewed in person
Tue - Thu 3pm-6pm
Sun 11am - 3pm
or by appointment.
Through October 17th!
The next six weeks feature the work of
Jose Antonio Arvelo and that of
Jose's collection, "Everyday Objects" includes reclaimed wood sculptures, tables, chairs, min-valets, perpetual floral arrangements and other pieces! (items shown right)
Cheryl & Tricia' s "Light Painting" focuses on both of their love and interest in "light painting", a photographic technique which produces unique and fascinating images created with different light sources and colored filters.
Your support and contributions enable us to
strengthen our community through the arts.
Member Photo Credit : Cheryl Auditor
The mission of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is to strengthen community through the arts. We are a 100% volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that believes in the power of the arts to transform and enrich communities. Our primary function is to develop and execute events and arts related activities for the benefit of our community.
Atlantic Highlands Arts Council 54 First Ave AH, NJ 07716 Phone 732-291-1260
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