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  • Gianakis posed in front of her work.

Trish Classe Gianakis: Elements of Emotion

2021-04-07T20:53:39+00:00

Trish Classe Gianakis: Elements of Emotion Ann’s Place Gallery April 17–June 13 The artist posed in front of her artwork. Artist’s Statement: As a cancer survivor, Classe Gianakis is driven to channel her emotions into digital art and sculptures.

Trish Classe Gianakis: Elements of Emotion2021-04-07T20:53:39+00:00
  • Stretching the Space by Irene Rousseau

Irene Rousseau: Stretching the Space

2021-04-07T20:36:09+00:00

Irene Rousseau: Stretching the Space Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II April 11–June 13 Irene Rousseau, Visual Symphony: Stretching the Space, 2021, Oil on canvas, pen, and ink Stretching the Space represents transition and change as an expression

Irene Rousseau: Stretching the Space2021-04-07T20:36:09+00:00
  • Blue Open by Janice Patrignani

Janice Patrignani: Inspired Resilience

2021-04-07T20:54:33+00:00

Janice Patrignani, Inspired Resilience Ann’s Place Gallery February 6–April 4 Janice Patrignani, Blue Open, 2018, Shibori/Indigo Dyed Cotton Fabric, Wood, Wire, WW II Parcel Post Parachute & Hardware, Wire, Thread. Janice Patrignani is a design professional, visual artist, and art

Janice Patrignani: Inspired Resilience2021-04-07T20:54:33+00:00
  • Bowery Street Lamp by Barbara Beeman

Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror

2021-04-07T20:35:24+00:00

Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II February 6–April 4 Barbara Beeman, Bowery Street Lamp, 2020, Digital print. Barbara Beeman worked as a Supervisor of Social Work for Hudson County Social Services for 40 years

Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror2021-04-07T20:35:24+00:00
  • Cakewalk (detail) by DARNstudio

(de)coding

2021-04-15T13:42:20+00:00

(de)coding Main Gallery February 6–April 25 A code is a system of signs or symbols used for communication. Often the information is disguised or hidden in some way, allowing only those who know the code to decipher

(de)coding2021-04-15T13:42:20+00:00
  • Renu Devi by Spandita Malik

Spandita Malik: Threads of Identity

2021-04-02T16:23:07+00:00

Spandita Malik: Threads of Identity Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery February 6–April 25 Spandita Malik, Renu Devi, Photographic transfer print on khadi fabric, zardozi embroidery. 28 x 22.5 inches Spandita Malik is a New York-based artist from India, whose

Spandita Malik: Threads of Identity2021-04-02T16:23:07+00:00
  • Aaric by Elan Cadiz

Scaffold: Equity of Treatment – A Project by Elan Cadiz

2021-04-12T13:40:13+00:00

Scaffold: Equity of Treatment - A Project by Elan Cadiz Marité and Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery I February 6–April 25 Elan Cadiz, Aaric, 2020, Pen, pencil, acrylic, and flash paint on Shizen Pastel Paper. Elan Cadiz is a native

Scaffold: Equity of Treatment – A Project by Elan Cadiz2021-04-12T13:40:13+00:00
  • 108 Hummingbirds by Rasika Reddy

Rasika Reddy: 108 Hummingbirds

2021-04-12T13:41:55+00:00

Rasika Reddy: 108 Hummingbirds Stair-gazing February 6–June 14, 2021 Installation view of Rasika Reddy's exhibition 108 Hummingbirds, in the Stair-Gazing Gallery at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. Photography by Etienne Frossard. Rasika Reddy began painting hummingbirds in

Rasika Reddy: 108 Hummingbirds2021-04-12T13:41:55+00:00
  • Four Seasons by Susan Horn

Susan Horn: Corona Dreams

2021-01-29T00:47:14+00:00

Susan Horn: Corona Dreams Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II December 5, 2020–January 24, 2021 Susan Horn, Four Seasons, 2020, Mixed Media Artist’s Statement: “My art career began once I retired six years ago from being a Middle

Susan Horn: Corona Dreams2021-01-29T00:47:14+00:00
  • Flat Iron Collage by Jennifer Markovitz

Jennifer Markovitz: Torn Visions

2021-01-29T00:47:39+00:00

Jennifer Markovitz: Torn Visions Ann’s Place Gallery December 5, 2020–January 24, 2021 Jennifer Markovitz, Flat Iron Collage, 2020, Mixed Media Collage Artist’s Statement: 2020 has been a difficult and challenging year. Between the global pandemic, political divide, and racial

Jennifer Markovitz: Torn Visions2021-01-29T00:47:39+00:00
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