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Millstone River Gallery Opens at Merwick Care & Rehabilitation Center

Photographer Tasha O’Neill shows her photo, “Altered Reality,” to Simon Laufer. (Photo by Thomas F. Marshall.)
Photographer Tasha O’Neill shows her photo, “Altered Reality,” to Simon Laufer. (Photo by Thomas F. Marshall.)

At yesterday's grand opening of the Millstone River Gallery, a collaboration between Merwick Care & Rehabilitation Center and the Princeton Photography Club, Simon Laufer (right), a Princeton resident and assistant curator of the gallery, and photographer Tasha O’Neill, look at O’Neill’s photo, “Altered Reality.” 

This gallery show, which is on display at Merwick, located at 100 Plainsboro Rd. in Plainsboro, will be open until March. 1.  At that point, the Princeton Photography Club will install a new exhibit featuring animals. 

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Tasha O'Neill February 01, 2014 at 08:38 AM
Thanks for covering the opening of the Millstone River Gallery. The image "Altered Reality" is Tasha O'Neill's.
Thomas Marshall February 01, 2014 at 09:25 AM
All the images on display at the Merwick facility are worth seeing. Some very talented artists belong to the Princeton Photography Club. Come to a meeting and find out what's going on in the art world. The Club meets at the D&R Greenway, 1 Preservation Place in Princeton on the second Wednesday of every month and is open to the public. Please join us.

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