Glenview Mansion art exhibit attracts large crowd

Glenview photography exhibit

The opening reception for an exhibit of photography attracted a large crowd to Glenview Mansion this afternoon.  In honor of the 150th anniversary of the City of Rockville, the City sponsored a juried photography competition.  On view are the final selections and it’s great fun to see how differently people see our town and what attracts their interest.  The exhibit also includes images of Rockville past and present, often next to each other, so you can see what’s survived (and how much was lost!).  The gallery also included a dozen collages by Patricia Zannie, an art instructor at Montgomery College and a trustee of the Rockville Art League.  Mayor Marcuccio welcomed the standing-room-only crowd (which included council members Mark Pierzchala and Bridget Newton) before a concert by the U. S. Navy Band Chamber Ensemble.  Click on the photo to open an album of pics from the reception today or visit yourself before it closes on February 2 (that three weeks away!).

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