Narrative Paintings Charles David Viera

January 3 - February 24

Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

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