Approaching VIBRANCY, opens March 15, 2018
Posted on February 27, 2018
On March 15, 2018 from 6-8pm, Morris Arts will host a free opening reception for the Gallery at 14 Maple’s nineteenth exhibit, entitled approaching VIBRANCY. For this occasion, the Exhibition Committee of Morris Arts and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, with guest co-curators, Mary Birmingham and Sarah Walko (both from the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey), selected works by 39 outstanding New Jersey women artists (culled from over 1,000 submissions!).
Focused on presenting the diversity of women artists working in this region, the exhibit will include art by Olga Alexander (Glen Ridge); Caren King Choi (Secaucus); Andrea Brooke D’alessandro (Toms River); Kate Dodd (East Orange); Shari Epstein (Long Branch); Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern (Shrewsbury); Asha Ganpat (Montclair); Suzan Globus (Fair Haven); Marsha Goldberg (Highland Park); Ellen Hanauer (Livingston): Susan Hockaday (Hopewell); Suzan Laura Kammin (Newark); Jill Kerwick (Fair Haven); Donna Conklin King (Roseland); Michelle Knox (Keansburg); Parvathi Kumar (Bridgewater); Pat Lay (Jersey City); Jean LeBlanc (Newton); Wendy Letven (Clifton); Sue Ellen Leys (Maplewood); Betty McGeehan (New Providence); Anne Q. McKeown (Secaucus); Deborah Guzmán Meyer (Montclair); Perri Neri (Highland Park); Katie Niewodowski (Jersey City); Carol Nussbaum (Short Hills); Erin O’Brien-Kenna (Bloomfield); Laurie Riccadonna (Jersey City); Sherry Beth Sacks; Lisa Sanders (Newark); Theda Sandiford (Union City); Fran Shalom; Jessica Skultety (Phillipsburg); Amanda Thackray (Newark); Marianne Trent (Bedminster); Claudia Waters (Montclair); Lisa Westheimer (West Orange); Gail Winbury (Westfield) and Barbara Wisoff (Summit).