About NJ Pineways & The New Jersey Pinelands & Vintage LBI
Ann-Marie Woods, nee Hart, grew up on Long Beach Island, New Jersey and now lives in Warren Grove, a New Jersey Pinelands village, with her family.
Ann-Marie received fine art instruction at Pratt Institute and Stockton State College. Examples of her work can be found in the Through The Lens, Raku, Frogs and Toads, Flowers, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Reptiles, Butterflies, and Leaves in the Landscape galleries.
Steve specializes in event photography and has done photo shoots for non-profit events and golf tournaments. In his gallery, Steve offers his interpretation of the New Jersey Pinelands. Steve brings his talent for photographing people to taking intimate portraits of animals. Landscapes are another pursuit.
Greg hikes in the Pinelands every day. After exhibiting and placing first in a student exhibition, Greg pursues photography as a hobby. These selections are his first foray into professional photography. Greg carefully considers each subject.
The New Jersey Pinelands
The Pinelands National Reserve is the United States first national reserve. In addition, the region is a UNESCO United States Biosphere Reserve and an International Biosphere Reserve.
The Pinelands of New Jersey is a globally significant area for flora and fauna, while geographically, it is a forest of and by the sea. Offered here are photographic portraits of flora and fauna, landscapes, water reflections, atmospheric effects, and old structures that remain of the history of lives lived in the Pine Barrens-the name the locals gave the region. This is an evolving collection with the New Jersey Pinelands as an endless source of artistic inspiration.
Everyone has a story. In telling these stories, people live on. Saving bits of flotsam and jetsam in our lives also has threads of tales woven in.
Vintage LBI is a reflection on times past. Objects that evoke memories of life lived on Long Beach Island New Jersey in the 20th century. A combination of making due and treasure hunting. Hand craftsmanship and the tools that enabled the maker to realize the idea. Finds from the attic, shed, and home composed and photographed with an eye to telling a story.