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Art and Artifice: Study of Dutch Masters Is Evident in Terri Hood’s Photography

Gallery 14 in Hopewell begins its fall season, its 13th annual, with an exhibition of work that will transport viewers to another time. Theresa (Terri) Hood’s color photographs conjure up…

Nighthawks, Usherettes, and Shapely Secretaries: A New York Movie by Edward Hopper

When I was 15 I used to walk from Washington Square North across Sixth Avenue and down Greenwich Avenue for a midnight snack at a cozy little White Tower hamburger…

Zimmerli Spotlights Illustrations Of Children’s Poems From China

The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University reopens September 1, after an August hiatus, with an exhibition of work by beloved children’s book illustrators Jean and Mou-sien Tseng. “Maples in…

Excitement Running High as Tickets Go on Sale For Michener’s Upcoming Grace Kelly Exhibition

With its new Grace Kelly exhibition opening in just two month’s time, the staff of the Michener Art Museum in Doylestown held a press conference last Thursday to show just…

D&R Greenway Exhibition Looks at Birds in Autumn

A reception for the artists with works in the D&R Greenway Land Trust’s latest exhibition will take place Thursday, August 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The exhibition, titled “The…

Solebury’s Art in the Garden Now Takes Place Over Two-Days

The 14th Annual Art in the Garden at Paxson Hill Farm will be held, Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1. The event, which runs each day from 10 a.m.…

The Trenton Museum Society Exhibit Features A Dozen Local Photographers

For six weeks, beginning on Friday, August 9, the entire first floor of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie in Cadwalader Park will play host to twelve talented area photographers…

Susan Winter’s “Connecting Impressions” Opens at the Plainsboro Library Saturday

Susan I. Winter was born on a large farm in rural Monmouth County where she had few playmates outside of her family. And yet her paintings, even her landscapes, invariably…

Good Vibrations as the Michener Opens Harry Bertoia Exhibition in Doylestown

“Structure and Sound,” an exhibition of sculpture, furniture, monoprints, and jewelry by the Italian-born artist Harry Bertoia, opened Saturday, July 20 in the Beans Gallery at the James A. Michener…

Faces and Facets at PU Art Museum Showcases Recent Acquisitions

This summer, the Princeton University Art Museum will offer visitors a smorgasbord of tasty morsels by way of a special installation designed to highlight the range and depth of its…