Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The juried show presented an array of fine artists and crafts artisans from the tri state area, Woodstock and Vermont.
Artists from all over gathered on Sunday to celebrate the 13th annual Art at the Oval. Held in the auxilary gym of Livingston High School, the juried show presented an array of fine artists and crafts artisans from the tri state area, Woodstock and Vermont. Did you attend the show? Post some pictures by pressing the green "upload" button. Also let us know your experiences by commenting below.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
An art show expressing Nature will be held at the Livingston Public Library this month.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
An art show expressing Nature is being held all month at the Livingston Public Library. The theme of this art is the Wonder of Nature with colorful flowers, butterflies and birds. Works of art created by children, ages 4-16 years old, will be featured. The various pieces on display will include water colors, sketches, and oil pastels, as well as works done in marker and crayon. All of the featured artists are taught by Christine Qin Wittlinger, who has both an art and business degree from China and America. The method of her teaching is the combination of creating personal expression and drawing techniques such as line color, proportion, perspective and more. Her students have received many awards including 1st place in the "No smoking…
Friday, March 23, 2012
Livingston display features photos, paintings, drawings and ceramics.
The halls and walls of the Livingston Town Hall are decked to impress with dozens of amazing pieces of artwork created by Livingston High School students. The Arts Council of Livingston is exhibiting Student Perspectives, a multimedia show displaying photography, ceramics, drawings, paintings, digital images and designs. The exhibit is open to the public until April 11. A special reception will be held 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday and it will include music and ice cream. Here is a list of artists with work on display in the following categories: AP studio art - photography Sharon Alaiev, Samantha Alpert, Alexis Barckley, Ilana Bier, Brett Blee, Adina Bolimovsky, Karly Crawford, Elizabeth Cornell, Sydney Eckstein, Allison Friedman, Catherine …
Sunday, September 25, 2011
'Patchwork' showcases collection of folk art, fine art and global art.
Bring sunglasses -- some of the quilts and fabric works on exhibit now through Dec. 31 at the Newark Museum's spectacular new shows are almost blindingly dazzling. A case in point is an anonymously stitched quilt, "Wild Goose Chase" from the early 1800s that opens the show "Patchwork; From Folk Art to Fine Art" in the main first floor galleries. The quilt looks like it's ready to fly off the gallery wall; it has lost none of its vibrancy since the maker or makers painstakingly stitched its upward soaring, deep blue triangles onto a bright red ground. "Wild Goose Chase" was the first Newark Museum quilt acquisition, in 1918, and serves as a model for understanding why America's quilts are recognized both as folk art and as forerunners to …
Sunday, September 4, 2011
The 2011 Essex County Senior Citizens Juried Art Show provides venue for local talent.
Gray hairs and golden years can sometimes be the perfect recipe to create an artist. Retirees often have the time and fascination to commit to a passion that was lost to their youth. That passion and talent was never more evident than at the 2011 Essex County Senior Citizens Juried Art Show in Cedar Grove, where Essex County Executive, Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., awarded top prizes to 34 out of the 124 entrants. After a warm welcome and thanks, DiVencenzo (who noted, in his speech, that Angelo Casarola’s painting, “The Catch” chronicled last year’s winning Superbowl play,) went on to hand out first place, second place and Honorable Mentions to the contestants. Kate Hartwyk, Director of Programs and Grants for the Division of Cultural and …