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  • MaryAnn Ficker, Eagle Rock Woods

Contemporary Arts Group: What Brings YOU Joy?

2022-05-04T19:55:35+00:00

Contemporary Arts Group: What Brings YOU Joy? The Gallery at The Summit Free Public Library May 3–June 30 MaryAnn Ficker, Eagle Rock Woods, Spring, 2018, Pastel, 15 x 19 inches. Artists' Statement: Formed in 2006, the Contemporary Art Group

Contemporary Arts Group: What Brings YOU Joy?2022-05-04T19:55:35+00:00
  • Innes Borstel. Boy with Binoculars

Innes Borstel: Pandemic Preschool

2022-05-04T19:46:10+00:00

Innes Borstel: Pandemic Preschool Ann’s Place Gallery May 7–June 13 Innes Borstel, Boy with Binoculars, 2021, Ink and watercolor on paper, 15 x 12 inches. Artist’s Statement: After an uncertain spring of 2020 with school closures, I was happy

Innes Borstel: Pandemic Preschool2022-05-04T19:46:10+00:00
  • Ethel Gittlin, World Needs Now

Ethel Gittlin: Our New World

2022-05-04T19:25:09+00:00

Ethel Gittlin: Our New World Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II May 7–June 13 Ethel Gittlin, World Needs Now, 2020, Chrome painting, spray paint/oil on wood, resin coating, 24 x 24 inches. Artist’s Statement: They seemed to be

Ethel Gittlin: Our New World2022-05-04T19:25:09+00:00
  • Flowers in Black and White by Neela Pushparaj

Neela Pushparaj: It Is All Black and White

2022-05-04T19:55:10+00:00

Neela Pushparaj: It Is All Black and White The Gallery at The Summit Free Public Library March 1–April 30 Flowers in B&W, 2014-15, Sumi ink on paper, 28 x 34 inches. ”Painting is an integral part of my life.

Neela Pushparaj: It Is All Black and White2022-05-04T19:55:10+00:00
  • Calm Before the Storm, by Zach Horn

Zach Horn: Paradigm Shift

2022-05-04T19:19:51+00:00

Zach Horn: Paradigm Shift Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II March 5–April 16 Calm Before the Storm, Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches Artist’s Statement: During this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, changes have erupted throughout life causing tremendous rifts,

Zach Horn: Paradigm Shift2022-05-04T19:19:51+00:00
  • 2 Green Bottles

Ida Picker: Necessary Things

2022-05-04T19:39:40+00:00

Ida Picker: Necessary Things Ann’s Place Gallery March 5–April 16 Two Green Detergent Bottles Above Maytag, 2021, Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 inches Artist’s Statement: COVID pushed me to examine and appreciate ordinary things. In the lockdown period,

Ida Picker: Necessary Things2022-05-04T19:39:40+00:00
  • Collin (red room), 2020 PREVIEW

Jess T. Dugan: Seen

2022-02-25T22:13:45+00:00

Jess T. Dugan: Seen Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery February 4–May 22, 2022 Photo by Etienne Frossard Jess T. Dugan’s color portraits explore issues of identity—particularly gender and sexuality. Drawing from their experience as a queer, nonbinary person, Dugan uses

Jess T. Dugan: Seen2022-02-25T22:13:45+00:00
  • WhitneySmithweb PREVIEW

Parvathi Kumar: Everyday Blackness

2022-02-25T21:07:26+00:00

Parvathi Kumar: Everyday Blackness Marité and Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery I February 4–May 22, 2022 Parvathi Kumar, Portrait of Whitney Smith, 2020 Beginning in June 2020, Parvathi Kumar interviewed and photographed twenty-five Black women in the New Jersey area

Parvathi Kumar: Everyday Blackness2022-02-25T21:07:26+00:00
  • Layqa Nuna Yawar, WNY

Claiming the Narrative

2022-03-21T20:21:11+00:00

Claiming the Narrative Main Gallery February 4–May 22, 2022 Photo by Etienne Frossard When we consider the history of portraiture and figurative painting, who do we find most often represented on the walls of museums? Whose stories are told and

Claiming the Narrative2022-03-21T20:21:11+00:00
  • Gone Fishing

James Newton: Couch Potato Drawings

2022-03-01T23:21:28+00:00

James Newton: Couch Potato Drawings Ann’s Place Gallery January 8–February 20 Gone Fishin’ #2, 1993, Ink on tablet board, 8.5 x 11 inches Dr. James Newton is Professor Emeritus of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware. A native

James Newton: Couch Potato Drawings2022-03-01T23:21:28+00:00
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