Brookdale Community College faculty member Dan Schroll (upper right) is the subject of the solo art show DOCUMENTS FLOWERS, opening Friday at McKay Imaging Gallery.
By TOM CHESEK
It’s been several months since we’ve been able to bring you news of an exhibit at McKay Imaging Gallery, the Red Bank studio established by the husband/wife team of Robert and Elisabeth McKay as a venue for promoting local interest in photography as fine art.
On Friday, the McKays break their unusually long interlude with another in a series of public-invited opening receptions in their walk-up space at 12 Monmouth Street. It’s an event that’s positioned as “Breaking Away” from the gallerys mission of focusing upon the captured image even as it strikes a personal note that Bob McKay says “comes full circle” back to the origins of the successful family business.
Entitled Documents Flowers, the solo installation assembles recent collages and drawings by Brookdale Community College faculty member Dan Schroll a veteran of 30-plus years in the BCC Visual Arts department, and a respected educator whose graphic design class just happens to have been the place where Bob and Liz first met.