Photographs by resident Joe Costanza, a world class nature photographer, are being exhibited at the Palmyra Cove Nature Park
during the entire month of December.
Joe’s exhibit includes photographs of birds, plants, and landscapes. This is his second exhibit at the Nature Park, the previous one having been five years ago. Joe is a well-known prize-winning photographer whose work has been published in important periodicals, including Nature’s Best, Birders World Magazine,
and the Nature Photographers’ Annual
In addition to Palmyra Cove Nature Park, his work has been shown at the Perkins Art Center, the Cherry Hill Public Library, the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge, the Center for the Arts in Marlton, The Croft Farm Arts Center in Cherry Hill, The Memorial Community Center in Medford, and the Medford Leas residents’ gallery. Joe’s photographs have also been exhibited at the Lumberton Leas Community Center, where he will have a return show from February through April, 2016.
Joe website includes bird photography: Joe Costanza Nature Photography
At Palmyra Cove Joe is co-exhibiting with Jennifer Campbell of Cinnaminson. Jennifer’s exhibit includes interesting graphic images and historical notes of artifacts collected along the Delaware River. There is also a display of some of the actual artifacts, many of which are historically significant.