How did a group of seven photographers from all over the world get together to have an exhibition of their work in North East Pennsylvania? And, why in a former hardware store turned gallery? Ashok Sinha, Jamie Smith and myself (Geoff Green) were sitting around the bonfire of Jamie’s family homestead enjoying the beautiful landscape discussing art, community and business. A group show – Meeting of the Art Waters – was born with a percentage of the proceeds benefiting the North Branch Land Trust and Blue Chip Farms Animal Refuge. That was the summer of 2010; the show was slated for September of 2011.
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