The Show Season Begins....
April 04, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Just a note to let you know that two show are coming up that will include works of mine.
The first show, opening this Friday, April 6th, will be featuring the work of the very talent members of the #BlackGlassGallery. It will be the first group show in which I will be participating and it will be at the Middletown Arts Center (MAC), in Middletown, New Jersey. The photographs are from the group's many #meetups, taken a varied locations from Asbury Park, to Brooklyn, to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Each artist has his or her own unique perspective on the visual images they have encountered, and together the images make a very stunning collection. The center is open daily and the show runs until April 28th.
The other show is the 14th Annual Juried Art Show (JAS), hosted and sponsored by the Belmar Arts Center, in Belmar New Jersey. This annual show features the work of some of the best visual artists at the Jersey Shore. Photography is only one of the many arts that will be included. There are also oils, watercolors, glasswork, pottery, drawing, sculpture, and mixed media. This show is always spectacular and difficult to get into, so I am pleased that two of my works were accepted for display. The show is on now, with the reception and awards this Saturday night, April 7th from 5 to 7. The show closes May 3rd. The Belmar Arts Center is open Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 5 pm.
This is just the start of a very time of year for me. Check in here for more information in the coming weeks.
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