The Art House Gallery presents “Not The End of The World…Yet” - New Work by Donna Kessinger
(JERSEY CITY, NJ) -- In celebration of Jersey City PRIDE month, the Art House Productions Gallery presents “Not The End of The World…Yet”, a solo exhibition of new work by Donna Kessinger from August 1-28, 2022 at the Rotunda Gallery, 2nd floor in City Hall, Downtown Jersey City. The Opening Reception will immediately follow the annual raising of the Pride flag which will be on Monday, August 1st at 12:00pm.
Riverside Gallery To Host Group Exhibition Of Four Artists
(HACKENSACK, NJ) -- The Riverside Gallery will host a special group exhibition of four artists – Woon Joo Park, Tae Mo Yang, Dae Sun Hwa -Lee, Young Kyung Chung. The exhibition will run from July 15-23, 2022. All four artists make use of the imagery of nature to contemplate about the human perspective and condition, including the feminine, the beautiful and the sublime, and the fantasy.
Ellarsie Open Awards Prizes to 31 Artists
(TRENTON, NJ) -- Thirty-one of 134 exhibiting artists received awards during the June 25 Artists Reception for Ellarslie Open 39 at Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion. The annual juried exhibition showcases this year over 160 artworks by artists from greater Trenton and throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York, as well as Massachusetts, Washington, DC, and Texas. Deborah Oliver oversaw the installation of the diverse artwork that fills gallery and display areas throughout the museum. Most of the artwork is available for purchase.
Arts Council of Princeton Accepting Vendor Applications for Annual Sauce for the Goose Outdoor Art Market
(PRINCETON, NJ) -- The Arts Council of Princeton is accepting vendor applications for their annual Sauce for the Goose Outdoor Art Market. Artists and crafters are encouraged to apply to sell their wares at this pop-up market, now in its 29th year, on Saturday, November 12, 2022.
Noyes Galleries presents "Scrutiny: 40 Paintings" by Joe Lugara
(HAMMONTON, NJ) -- Forty paintings from Joe Lugara’s series “Scrutiny” will be featured in a solo exhibition at the Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall in Hammonton from July 13 – October 7, 2022. The exhibited works are part of a continuing series. Begun a decade ago, “Scrutiny,” which is still in progress, consists of more than 200 small-scale watercolor paintings on board. The images are abstract but suggest various aspects of nature—terrains, atmospheric conditions, insects, mud slides, plants, animals, bones, and fossils.
Move Over, Tea Sets - Ceramic Artists of Color Respond to the World of Today
Enter the exhibition space for Roberto Lugo: The Village Potter, on view at Grounds For Sculpture through January 8, 2023, and you feel like you’ve entered the artist’s studio. There are metal shelves with pots in various stages of completion, a row of potter’s wheels await, and there’s a shiny new kiln. This is, in fact, a Maker Space, where museum-goers can actively participate in the process.
“For the Culture, By the Culture” Exhibit Spotlights 19 Local and National Black Artists of Influence
In celebration of Art in the Atrium’s 30th anniversary, the Morris Museum and Art in the Atrium (ATA) present the exhibition, For the Culture, By the Culture: 30 Years of Black Art, Activism, and Achievement. This exhibition brings together prior ATA-featured artists in a group retrospective that spans 30 years and spotlights local and national Black artists who are masters of their craft and who have contributed to Black culture by creating impactful works.