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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…

Munch Masterworks From MoMA Now On View at PU Art Museum

“Edvard Munch: Symbolism in Print: Masterworks from the Museum of Modern Art, New York” opened Saturday at the Princeton University Art Museum. The show features 26 of the artist’s most…

Shaomei Zhong Wan’s Watercolors, Silk Paintings To Mark Chinese New Year at Plainsboro Library

A gallery exhibition by artist Shaomei Zhong Wan will usher in the Chinese New Year at Plainsboro Public Library later this week with a collection of watercolors and silk paintings…

Concentric Circles of Influence Celebrates N.J. at the Forefront of Creative Activity

“Concentric Circles of Influence: The Birth of Artists’ Communities in Central New Jersey” is a series of art exhibits, film, gallery talks, and panel discussions focusing on notable art communities that developed in central New…

Father and Son Photographers to Show Recent Work at Hopewell’s Gallery 14

Photographers Richard Trenner and Winslow Radcliffe-Trenner will be showing the best of their recent work at Gallery 14 in Hopewell this month when their two-man show opens with a public…

Tasha O’Neill, Other Princeton Photographers, Celebrate Artistic License and the Land at D&R

A new exhibition of landscapes by members of the Princeton Photography Club (PPC) opens today, December 18 and runs through January 15, 2014. “Artistic License and the Land” showcases traditional…

Steel Ice & Stone at Trenton’s Artworks Visual Arts Center

“Steel Ice & Stone: An Experiential Sensory Exhibition,” a multi-media interactive installation by Anita Giraldo, opens at the Artworks ArtLab in Trenton this Saturday, December 14, with a reception from…

Works by Judy Brodsky, Peter Chapin On View At the Printmaking Center of New Jersey

An exhibition at the Printmaking Center of New Jersey (PCNJ) offers a rare chance to see works by two influential New Jersey artists who have shaped the development of printmaking…

Canadian Master Wildlife Sculptor Pat Godin To Share His Artistry at D&R Greenway

Nature lovers and art enthusiasts alike will take their seats at the D&R Greenway this Friday, November 8, for a presentation by one of the world’s leading experts in the…