Mary Jasch’s ‘Gardens, Tame and Wild’ exhibit to be displayed at the Abington Community Library


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‘Habiscus Salmon’ by Mary Jasch


‘Cement Horses’ by Mary Jasch


CLARKS SUMMIT — Abington Community Library patrons will soon enjoy the last flowers of autumn with Mary Jasch, area photographer and author, in her photography exhibit titled, “Gardens, Tame and Wild.”

The exhibit will be on display during the month of October at the library.

Some of Jasch’s images of gardens capture the essence of artful design with a robust plant palette, while others depict the unequaled beauty of nature. Her images have been published in magazines and newspapers including The Boston Globe, Backpacker Magazine and many regional publications. Her image of an old-growth black oak is currently with the Chicago Field Museum of Natural History’s nationwide traveling exhibit.

Jasch has a degree in natural resources management from Rutgers University. She is the publisher of “DIG IT! Magazine, the Art & Science of East Coast Gardening” and author of “Best Hikes with Dogs in New Jersey.”

‘Habiscus Salmon’ by Mary Jasch
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Library-Exhibit-1.jpg‘Habiscus Salmon’ by Mary Jasch

‘Cement Horses’ by Mary Jasch
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_ABJ-Library-Exhibit-2.jpg‘Cement Horses’ by Mary Jasch

For Abington Journal

Information provided by Abington Community Library.

Information provided by Abington Community Library.

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