(L-R: Robert Peterson’s photograph, New Orleans Openings; Alex Bigotti’s oil on canvas, alla prima, Motley Crue; Liz Young’s acrylic on canvas, Tree1.; Mary D. Guidetti-McColl’s pastel, View of Lyon.)
WHEN: Friday, May 20, 2016, from 6:30-9pm, free Opening Reception for the new Spring/Summer 2016 Exhibit. The exhibit will run from May 20 through September 1, 2016.
WHERE: Atrium Gallery, located on Floors 2-5 of the Morris County Administration and Records Building, 10 Court Street in Morristown.
ADMISSION: The Atrium Gallery is free and open to the public during business hours, from 8:30am – 4:30pm on Monday-Friday.
Featuring 200 works by member artists from the HUB Camera Club, ARTsee, the Blackwell Street Center for the Arts, the Myhelan Artists Network, and the Drew Art Association, the exhibit showcases the creative talents of 85 artists working in wide variety of media ( oil, acrylic, collage, multimedia, colored pencil, paper, encaustic, watercolor, photography, etc.).
(L-R: Peggy Dressel’s watercolor, Purple Lilacs I; Luz H. Gallo’s acrylic, Rufous Capped Warbler; Michelle Cirotti’s oil, Just Think; Lia Wagner’s mixed media on MDF, Berlin Blue; Celeste Fondaco’s version (oil) of Vermeer’s Girl with a Red Hat.)
For additional information about the show, contact Dr. Lynn L. Siebert, Gallery Director, and Director of Arts Participation & Communication for Morris Arts, (973) 285-5115, ext. 10 or Lsiebert@morrisarts.org
(L-R: Celeste Fondaco’s version (oil) of Monet’s A Windmill at Zandaam; Detail from Ann Piekarz’s version (watercolor) of Gustav Klimt’s (Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer) Lady in Gold; Ann Piekarz’s version (watercolor) of Van Gogh’s Irises; Andrew Bobeck’s version (acrylic) of Matisse’s Madame Matisse; Celia Shaflucas’ version (oil) of Cezanne’s Glass and Apples. )
Morris Arts is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1973 dedicated to building community through the arts. Using the arts to inspire, connect and engage, Morris Arts serves as a resource for Morris County with a special focus on arts programming in the community and in the schools, arts advocacy, and support of the Morris Area community of artists and arts organizations.
The New Jersey State Council on the Arts has awarded Morris Arts a “Citation of Excellence” and designated it as a “Major Service Organization” in recognition of its “solid history of service excellence, substantial activity and broad public service.”