Several of our club members braved the cold weather on Sunday, February 20th, for our trip to Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton Township, NJ. We stopped at the Golden III Diner. It is highly recommended for excellent food, prompt service and courteous staff. From there we grabbed our gear, and in some cases, turned on the GPS and drove five minutes to the facility.
Deborah Butterfield's exhibit, "Nobel Steeds", found in the Steward Johnson Center for the Arts, was breathtaking. The wood and bronze sculpture can be seen from an elevated platform above the ground floor.
Our group found many surprises throughout the grounds.
Coordinator: Janet Hickey
Attendees: Frank Jolly, Jean McKenna, Susan Rachlin, and Dianne Rose
Images by Susan Rachlin:
Images by Jean McKenna:
Images by Janet Hickey:
Images by Dianne Rose:
Important: The Churchville Photography Club encourages its members to enjoy each other's company while visiting the locations of member trips. However, member trips are not sponsored by CPC and CPC is neither responsible for, nor assumes liability for, any loss incurred while participating in these activities.
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