Tuesday, May 29, 2012



Works of Art by Ray Skibinski

WHEN: May 31 – June 16; Artist’s Reception: June 7,  7-9 PM. Light refreshments will be available.
WHERE: The Barron Arts Center,582 Rahway Avenue in Woodbridge*

Ray Skibinski is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design and the School of Visual Art in New York City. He worked as a graphic designer before branching out as a free-lance illustrator. His illustrations have appeared in many prominent publications such as Time/Life, Reader’s Digest, Doubleday, Western Publishing and national magazines and newspapers.

In 1992 he started exhibiting his fine art works in galleries and statewide juried exhibitions where he has won best in show and awards of merit. He  works in a variety of mediums including oil, watercolor, acrylic and pen & ink. His art is traditional in that it corresponds to the ideals of representation and at the same time is imbued with his own accumulated experience. He brings together elements of dream, where surrealism and symbolism mix.

Ray Skibinki currently teaches watercolor painting with the Oak Tree group in Edison and monitors a figure drawing class at the Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge.

*Gallery hours are Monday thru Friday 11 AM-4 PM; Saturday and Sunday 2-4 PM.

The exhibition is sponsored by The Woodbridge Township Cultural Arts Commission chaired by Dr. Dolores Capraro Gioffre with support from Mayor John E. McCormac.

About the Barron Arts Center: Woodbridge Township’s Center for the Arts
The Barron Arts Center, listed on the national Register of Historic Places, recently celebrated its 130th Anniversary. With the support of the Woodbridge Township Cultural Arts Commission and under the direction of Cynthia Knight, the Barron Arts Center offers programming to the public free of charge.

Donations are appreciated and are essential to the continuation of free quality arts programs and exhibits. The Barron Arts Center always accepts donations for The Mayor’s Food Bank & The Woodbridge Animal Shelter.