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Frank Rausch to show photos at St. Paul's May 18, 19

Frank Rausch to show photos at St. Paul's May 18, 19



Frank Rausch uses light, subject matter, composition and texture to create a diverse, appealing photograph.

But don’t ask us. Hear from him yourself May 18 and 19 during his Solo Photography Show at "The Old Dutch School House,” at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Cemetery, Argyle and Wynnewood Roads, Ardmore.

The event runs from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday and 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday. It is free and open to the public.

Photographs will be for sale.

Rausch has participated in the Tyme Gallery’s Juried Photo Expos X,X1, and X11.

He has also shown his photos at the Ocean City, N.J., Arts Center’s Juried Photo Expositions in 2011 and 2012, the John James Audubon Center’s Juried Art Show, the Philadelphia Photo Society’s Exhibition at Philadelphia City Hall, and recently, on the walls of the Chestnut Hill Hotel in Philadelphia.

His work is published in Laurel Hill Cemetery’s new book, “175 Years of Reflections.”

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