Sherman Library presenting virtual photography show

SHERMAN — The Sherman Library is featuring a new virtual show “Through My Photographer’s Eye” by Neil Zobler, through May 15.

The exhibit is an eclectic selection of images from four of his favorite locations: Iceland, Chile, New York City, and Connecticut, an announcement said. There is also a group of images of people from around the world, starting in his own backyard.

There will also be an artist talk on April 14 at 7 p.m. via zoom. To attend, contact SLprograms@biblio.org.

Neil Zobler was born in Brooklyn, NY, and grew up in a multicultural environment. His mother was born in Reykjavik, Iceland where he spent many summers with his cousins starting at age two.

His interest in photography goes back to his high school days when he set up a B&W darkroom in his parents’ closet. Intrigued by working in the darkroom, his interest in digital photography was revitalized once he discovered Photoshop. He has received numerous honorable mentions in the Photographic Society of America (PSA) and New England Camera Club Council (NECCC) competitions and was recently awarded first place in the New England Camera Club Council’s regional competition. He is also a member of the local Great Hollow Photographers Club.

All photographs are for sale, and a portion benefits the Sherman Library. For more information about the show and to see the show, visit www.shermanlibrary.org. The Sherman Library is at 1 Sherman Center.