Rob Rielly’s creative photography on display


Photo courtesy of Ocean County Library

TOMS RIVER – The Ocean County Library is pleased to host creative photography, by Rob Rielly, throughout May in the 2nd floor gallery of the Toms River branch.

It consists of traditional and digital photographs, created through a variety of techniques and methods. According to Rob, photography can take two forms: reactive and proactive.

“Reactive photography takes place when the photographer sees something interesting and reacts by taking an image with a camera,” he explained. “Proactive photography is a product of the photographer’s mind; the photographer imagines something and seeks to create the image.

Rob’s creativity has been exhibited in numerous galleries in the tri-state area, including New York’s SoHo district; Ocean County College, Toms River; Red Bank, Belmar and Shrewsbury, New Jersey; and Eagle and Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

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Creative photography is free and open to the public. The Toms River branch is at 101 Washington Street.

For more information, contact the Toms River Branch of the Ocean County Library at 732-349-6200 ext. 5100, or visit theoceancountylibrary.org.

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