In the spirit of supporting Jersey-grown talent, Del Negro & Senft Eye Associates partnered with local artist Sherly A. Bennett to create custom tote bags featuring a beautiful painting of the Barnegat Lighthouse. The bag, inspired by one of the 11 majestic lighthouses that grace New Jersey’s shoreline, is both lightweight and stylish– ideal for a day at the beach or a shopping run. On April 18th, lucky attendees of New Jersey 101.5’s Diner Tour at the Four Seasons Diner in Toms River, will be the first to take home Ms. Bennett’s Jersey Shore-inspired recycle bags containing eye glass cleaner and microfiber wipes.
Sherly Bennett has spent a major part of her life in Monmouth County, New Jersey, where she gained great satisfaction drawing, painting, and sculpting. She received a B.S. in Accounting from Rutgers University but found herself increasingly drawn to art in the years that followed. After getting married and having children, she began to paint more and more frequently, expanding her horizons to numerous subjects of study. With each painting, she strives to learn something new, whether it’s composition or the way light shines on her subjects. To Ms. Bennett, what’s “most exciting is to see sunlight hitting ordinary things and making them beautiful.”
Don’t miss out on New Jersey 101.5’s Dennis & Judi Diner Tour! Dr. Carl J. Senft and Dr. Tina V. Shah of Del Negro & Senft Eye Associates will be on hand from 10am to 2pm on April 18th to field questions from attendees. We look forward to meeting many listeners and diner goers as we officially kickoff the summer.
The Four Seasons Diner is located at 823 Fischer Boulevard in Toms River, NJ. Our Ocean County office is conveniently located at 100 Drum Point Road in Brick, NJ. To contact us at our Brick or Neptune, NJ locations, call (732) 774-5566 or visit us on the web at dseye.com.