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Bob Justin’s Emotional Response to Pain In “Out of Darkness” Show in Plainsboro

Bob Justin is one of a kind, a man who didn’t expect to be an artist but just couldn’t help himself. The creative impulse has led this former Plainsboro resident…

Art Is Part of the Healing Process At the New Hospital in Plainsboro

Art is playing no small part in the process of patient recovery at the new University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro (UMCPP) and local artists feature most prominently among…

Browning Desks, Tea Kettle on Display In Firestone Library, Rare Books Dept.

Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s love story is one of the most famous in 19th century literature. Elizabeth Barrett (1806-1861), one of the most prominent English poets of the Victorian…

Exhibition of Portraits by Micah Williams Opens With Reception at Morven, Thursday

Morven Museum and Garden will launch it’s newest exhibition, “Micah Williams: Portrait Artist,” with a public reception on Thursday, April 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The exhibition draws upon…

Curators Show Their Artistry In The Gallery at Chapin School

Dallas Piotrowski has been walking the paths of Grounds For Sculpture for years, finding inspiration in the grounds of the park itself. Most recently, the lotus plants there made such…

Major PU Art Museum Collection Embarked on International Tour

A collection of major modern artworks in the Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM) has been carefully packed up and sent to Europe where it will be seen by art lovers…

RWJ Hamilton’s Lakefront Gallery Presents “Generations” Exhibition

Lakefront Gallery will debut “Generations,” an exhibition of photography by members of the Princeton Photography Club with an opening reception on Thursday, March 13 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The…

Miek Boltjes’ Photographs Portray Street Art and Artists at Gallery 14

Hopewell’s Gallery 14 will showcase the work of the Dutch photographer Miek Boltjes in an exhibition opening next week. Ms. Boltjes is a relative newcomer to Princeton. Her “Street Art…

Tasha O’Neill’s Down East Photography “Mainely Delights” At Nassau Presbyterian

Since 1993, fine art photographer Tasha O’Neill has pondered the beauties of coastal landscapes on annual trips to Maine, where the Down East home she shares with her husband sits…

Basil Alkazzi Exhibition at Rider Art Gallery Banishes Winter With Warm Sensual Images

Are contemporary artists eschewing the secular and returning to the metaphysical? For the philosophically minded, that might well be the question prompted by Rider University Art Gallery’s current exhibition of…