In her Hunterdon Art Museum solo photographic exhibition, Yevette Hendler finds beauty in decay. Through her lens, Hendler shows viewers the spaces and places that have been forgotten and neglected, and captures their hidden charms.
Hendler was selected for a solo show from the Museum’s 2013 Members Exhibition. The opening reception for Yevette Hendler: A Journey to DISREGARD is Sunday, Nov. 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome, and wine and cheese will be served. The exhibition runs until Jan. 4, 2015.
Hendler is a local self-taught photographic artist who lives in Bloomsbury, NJ. She captures images of the local beauty that surrounds us every day specializing in textures, and getting in close to the subject and things that would otherwise go unseen. Hendler’s images reflect her passion for photography through capturing the details and vivid colors of the world that surrounds us thus creating fine art that is impactful and memorable.
Hendler is a member of ACE: Arts Community of Easton and the Hillcrest Camera Club and has displayed her works at the Easton State Theater, Oxford Municipal Gallery, Nuture Nature, LaDuca Gallery, Sigal Museum, St. John’s Gallery in Easton, PA, the Hunterdon County Library, Allentown Art Works and Moravian College.