Sharlene Holliday has two images that were selected for the project exhibit. This exhibit, featuring pictures taken by local photographers and organized by Hunterdon County photographer Bill Brokaw, celebrates and documents the Mom & Pop local businesses of our county in 2019. There are 50 photographers and the exhibit will include 100 images of the locally owned retail stores and culture of Hunterdon County.
“This is an opportunity for photographers to create photos for a purpose, be recognized and leave a legacy,” said Brokaw. “All the photos that are submitted, whether selected for exhibition or not, will become part of a digital historic archive to be retained by the Red Mill for future generations. One hundred years from now people will be looking back on our photos and seeing how the culture has evolved.”
Entries were juried by a panel of professional photojournalists, and the best photos selected for a major exhibition at the Red Mill Historic Village and Museum in Clinton, N.J. Additional showings are proposed, including an exhibition at the State House in Trenton.Opening June 22 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Red Mill, Clinton NJ
Join them for the opening reception of the Hunterdon Retail Photography Project.
More information at: https://theredmill.org/event/hunterdon-retail-photography-exhibit/