April 3, 2024

“Princeton Makes Blooms” Exhibition Opening April 4

“PRINCETON MAKES BLOOMS”: Works by Adriana Groza and other member artists are featured in an exhibition on view at Princeton Makes in the Princeton Shopping Center April 4 to 19.  An opening reception is on April 4.

Princeton Makes, the artist cooperative located in the Princeton Shopping Center, will host an opening reception for “Princeton Makes Blooms —Art in the Basement,” an art show organized and curated by artist member Adriana Groza, on Thursday, April 4 starting at 4:24 p.m. This exhibition, set in the basement of Princeton Makes, celebrates the essence of spring through a collection of works by member artists of Princeton Makes. It will be open and available for viewing and purchase through April 19.

“The concept and vision of the exhibit is designed to connect with Experience Princeton’s Bloom Local initiative, enriching our community through art and culture,” said Groza.

At the opening reception, attendees can converse with the artists, enjoy music, and explore the art market. The event is free and open to all ages, and refreshments will be served.

Princeton Makes is home to 41 local artists working across various genres, including painting, drawing, stained glass, sculpture, textiles, and jewelry. Visitors will have the opportunity to support these artists by perusing and purchasing a diverse array of artwork, ranging from large paintings to prints, custom-made greeting cards, stained glass lamps and window hangings, and an assortment of jewelry pieces.

Princeton Makes provides a platform for local artists to showcase their talent and connect with the community. Through their exhibitions and events, they strive to foster a vibrant arts scene in Princeton and beyond.

For more information, visit princetonmakes.com.