The Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission and the Westerhoff School of Music & Art are pleased to sponsor a photography exhibit of landscapes and wildlife featuring the work of Gary Westerhoff and Jeff Farrington. The exhibit runs January 16th through the 23rd at the Westerhoff School located at 5 Calvin Place in Metuchen.
Gary Westerhoff is an environmental engineer and co-founder with his wife Olga of the Westerhoff School. Mr. Westerhoff’s work in this show includes landscapes and wildlife he shot during the course of his travels over the last two years as part of his work as an environmental engineer, as expert fly fisherman and his on-going study of photography.
Jeff Farrington is an accomplished musician as well as a photographer. His work in this exhibit showcases views from Hunterdon County and the Round Valley Reservoir. Mr. Farrington’s work was previously shown at the Considine Gallery at Stuart Country Day School in Princeton, NJ.
The public is invited to meet the photographers at the opening reception on Sunday, January 16th from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Westerhoff School, 5 Calvin Place in Metuchen. There will also be a free art and photo workshop at that time which is open to children of all ages.
For directions and information about exhibition hours call (732)548-8680.