Earth, Wind, and Fire Creative Friday Classes
February 6 - September 30
Located in the Downstairs Gallery.
Located downstairs in our Lower Level Gallery, Earth, Wind, and Fire features work created by Creative Friday classes in collaboration with Princeton Young Achievers.
The Arts Council of Princeton and Princeton Young Achievers collaborate every Friday during the school year to bring art to Princeton Housing Authority learning centers, the Henry F. Pannell Center and the Marcy T. Crimmins Center. Our Arts Council instructors introduced earth, wind and fire to their students and how their art work could use these vital forces for inspiration.
STEEP: A National Teapot Exhibition
STEEP: A National Teapot Exhibition showcases ceramic work that explores the infinite possibilities of the idea of a teapot, juried by Adam Welch, ceramic artist and ACP Executive Director. Exhibiting Artists: Juliet Bacchas Sam Briegel Nolan Baumgartner Casey Beck Marysia Bohrer Laurie Caffery Sue S. Chiu Rod Dugal Stuart Gair Rebecca Graham Tyler Gulden Eric Hoefer Samuel Johnson Jim Kearns Emma Kohn Cindy Laliwala Liz Lurie Mathew McConnell Mariah McLaughlin Yelena Mijares Peter Pincus Debbie Reichard Eric Rempe Josh Scott Yoko Sekino-Bove Sandra Daulton Shaughnessy …
When working in plein air I try to convey the sense of peace that I feel when working outside, surrounded by the light that I attempt to capture. Interacting with nature is an invigorating force and landscape painting is a timeless art form that reflects our past, and our future. The changing seasons of New Jersey echo the rhythms of our lives. The interplay between a tree and the sky or light and shadow represent the essence of our natural world that should be cherished. …