LOWER POTTSGROVE PA – A well-traveled member of the Pottsgrove School District staff, who also is an accomplished photographer, last week shared a gallery of his works with students at the high school library.
An exhibition of framed and canvassed photos by Gilbertsville resident Paul Lepard, who works for Pottsgrove as an alternative classroom assessment monitor, was on display April 5 (2019) through Friday (April 12) across library easels, exhibit boards, and bookshelf tops at the school on Kauffman Road.
Lepard, now 83, has traveled the world throughout his career, the district said, and took particular interest in the awe-inspiring majesty of landscapes. Switzerland was among the countries which he called home, and the gallery featured several photos of its “vivid color, mountaintops, and … beautiful views.”
Lepard also provided lengthy descriptions that offered histories for scenes captured by his lenses.
Photos from the Pottsgrove School District