LONG BRANCH, NJ – Joan B. Myers, award-winning photographer and Long Branch native is currently exhibiting her photographs at the North Beach Grille and new Art Gallery.

One of the featured photographs is entitled:  “Broken Promise.” This photograph of Life Saving Station No. 5 was taken at the former Takanassee Beach Club. Myers questions “Why is it that a Life Saving Station can save many lives and yet no one can save this historic landmark?”

Myers is known for surprising the viewer with unusual images. She has a flare for combining fine art and photojournalism.  Two photographs from her essay on “The Decline of Fort Hancock” will also be on display.

North Beach Grille is located at 49 Atlantic Avenue, North Long Branch. The show will be available for viewing January 23-February 29. 


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