Build Your iPhone Photography Skills with “iPhonography at Ellarslie”

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Capture and edit extraordinary images with your iPhone!

  • 2 more Saturday Classes: Nov. 12 & 19; Dec. 3
  • 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon
  • Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, Cadwalader Park
  • Register for the two remaining classes: $40 for TMS members; $50/nonmembers
  • Session 1 Nov 5: The Tools in Your Toolbox
  • Session 2 Nov 12: Getting It Right In-Camera
  • Session 3 Nov 19: Enhancing Your Image
  • Session 4 Dec 3: Creativity Unlimited

In conjunction with Mercer County Photography 2022, on view through November 27

Workshop Registration

Native New Jerseyan Cheryl Bomba has been a resident of Mercer County for over twenty years. Cheryl became involved with photography as a special education teacher and adjunct lecturer when she bought one of the first digital cameras and began taking portraits of her students with autism. Since then, her interests have expanded to include capturing small moments in nature, architecture, and sculpture. 

Cheryl’s work has been juried into many regional, national, and international exhibitions, including those at The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, Grounds for Sculpture, the Monmouth Museum, the Pennsylvania Center for Photography, the Philadelphia Sketch Club, the Phillips’ Mill Community Association, and the Salmagundi Club. 

Cheryl’s work has won numerous awards, most often awards for creative interpretation of themes. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the permanent collection of the Capital Health Regional Medical Center. 

Cheryl is a member of Artists of Bristol on the Delaware, Belmar Arts, Bristol Photographers Club, the Guild of Creative Art, the Hopewell Valley Arts Council, New Hope Arts, New Jersey Photography Forum, the Pennsylvania Center for Photography, and the Photographers’ Group (Founding Member).;; @cherylbomba