Sandy Jo Hyman / PortViews Photography

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Sandy Jo Becker Hyman / PortViews Photography will be the featured photographer at the Reconstructionist Synagogue of the North Shore (RSNS) on Plandome Road in Manhasset, from September 1 through the end of October. The show, "Let There Be Light," reflects Sandy's passion for how light plays on water and buildings, and affects how we see and react to our surroundings and to images of those surroundings.

Born with limited vision, Sandy explains, "The ability to capture intense and varied light and texture in my photographs compensates for my visual lack of depth perception. I can now not only see the amazing beauty and character of my surroundings more as others do, but also allow others to see what fascinates me - fog, texture, reflections. Never take your visual acuity or your surroundings for granted. Each is truly a gift. Share that gift with others every day."

There will be a wine and cheese reception at RSNS on Sunday, September 13, from 1 to 3 PM. Sandy will have many of her images, as well as some by photographer Jonathan C. Kummer, available for sale as framed and unframed prints as well as note cards. During the reception, Melissa Hyman and Jim Seem will perform some of their original music.

Sandy is a member of The Art Guild of Port Washington (TAG), the Photography Club of Long Island (PCLI), the Photographic Federation of Long Island (PFLI), and the Artists/Craftsmen of New York (ACNY). She has exhibited at Schreiber High School, Northwinds Coffee & Tea Comapny, The Graphic Eye Gallery, Elderfields, The Main Street Bakery, the Port Washington Public Library, Vintage Port Wine Bar, and the Mineola Memorial Public Library, with upcoming exhibitions at the Broom Street Gallery in Manhattan and again at the Library in Mineola. To see some of Sandy's work, go to; You can reach her by e-mail at, by phone at 516 944 5604, or on Facebook as Sandy Jo Hyman.

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