A ‘Shore to Please’ Photo Exhibit to Open Nov. 6 at Hotel

October 19, 2012
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RED BANK – A series of sepia tone photographs of local Jersey Shore photographer, Susan Fairgrieve is on it’s way to the borough.

The Coastal Collection will arrive at The Oyster Point Hotel on Tuesday, Nov. 6, with an exhibit created by, and for, a lover of the sea.

Possessing a broad spectrum of design sense from a graphic design background, this photographer designs through the lens. With gifts from the sea and nautical elements in her surroundings, her love for texture and shape comes through in The Coastal Collection series. From the shores of Block Island and Martha’s Vineyard to the Nassau beaches of the Bahamas and the Jersey coastline, the collected elements for this series are very unique and beautiful – a guaranteed delight to a lover of coastal living.

The exhibit features numerous signed giclées and framed prints in various sizes. Meet the artist at the opening reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, overlooking the Navesink River at The Oyster Point Hotel, 146 Bodman Place, Red Bank.

The exhibit runs Nov. 6 through Jan. 6, and can be visited during regular business hours.

For additional information about this exhibit or other works and collections of Susan Fairgrieve email to Susan FairgrieveDesign@gmail.com or call 732-642-4279.

The Coastal Collection series can be viewed at www.TheCoastalCollections.com.

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