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Photography exhibit joins watercolor show at D&R Greenway

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D&R Greenway Land Trust in Princeton, N.J., invites the public to experience nature with new eyes, inspired by its newly opened art exhibition, “Emergence.” 
David O. Anderson, former president of Princeton Photography Club, and longtime member of the land trust’s Photographers of Preservation, is exhibiting a new collection of fine art photographs, of nature seen from the viewpoint of children.
The Olivia Rainbow Gallery, named in memory of 5-year-old Olivia Kuenne, has been transformed into a wonder-filled experience, with exploratory words and images that evoke “Emergence,” whose definition is “the process of coming into view after long absence.”

Through Anderson’s lens, visitors of all ages will experience attention-with-wonder brought by boys and girls to the natural world. The land trust joins Anderson in hoping, in own words, that time in this unique exhibit brings everyone to “emergence from adulthood to childhood.”
Anderson’s nature discoveries may be viewed through Thursday, Feb. 3, at D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center, One Preservation Place, off Rosedale Road. All photographs are for sale, a percentage supporting D&R Greenway’s land preservation and stewardship mission in Central Jersey and along the Delaware Bay.
Visit drgreenway.org for information about this show and the Garden State Watercolor Society’s show, “Recovery,” which is extended until Jan. 7.


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