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Neptune H.S. Art Department Students Display Captures Impact Of Sandy

Neptune HS Art Display
Lou Russo, Townsquare Media

There is an art display currently being displayed at Jersey Shore University  Medical Center that features work from the Neptune High School Art Department and was inspired by the students who took photos of Sandy devastation in several shore towns in December 2012.

 

One of the most striking pieces is actual pieces of the Ocean Grove boardwalk covered with transparent photos taken by the students. The display is an emotional set of amazing photos and you should check it out.

The display is currently at the Jersey Shore University Medical Center on the second floor of the Northwest Pavilion.

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