The Central Record: Medford Lakes artist inspired by Pinelands flora and fauna


Pinelands II
Photo by Albert Horner


A Medford Lakes landscape artist of the Pinelands National Reserve will display his photographic images at the eighth annual “Lines in the Pines” event in Hammonton, the largest display of artists, artisans and crafters, musicians and authors whose art is centered on the environmentally protected area of South Jersey.

Albert D. Horner will show two new Pinelands landscape images, “Tres Trees,” a striking, almost monochromatic image, and a fascinating wildlife portrait titled “Wood Ducks.” He will also display his new images of Pinelands flora, like the curly grass fern and Pickering’s morning glory, both very rare, and St. Andrew’s cross.

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