Barbara Marsh will begin exhibiting her photography at the Plumb Memorial Library in January and February. The public is invited to view them during regular library hours.
Marsh, a longtime Shelton resident, has enjoyed photographing various parts of the city — the cows at Wells Hollow Farm, the flowers at the Shelton Dog park and fall foliage.
Marsh has been interested in photography since she was a young girl when she received her first camera as a birthday gift from her parents. With her Brownie camera, she would photograph her surroundings.
As she grew, so did her desire for better quality photos. She graduated to a more complex camera and was able to expand to a wide variety of interesting subjects.
After retiring, Marsh was able to focus on her hobby more earnestly. She chose her best work and either matted and framed or converted her prints onto canvas. She has also created note cards from her photographs.
For more information,call the Plumb Memorial Library at (203) 724-1580.