Talk to Me

by Janet Filomeno & Katherine ParkerOctober 16, 2021 - November 20, 2021

When artists are friends, they spend years even decades watching one another’s work change and grow. They talk together in studios, galleries, museums and cafes, discussing the intersection of life and art. These conversations are so important to artists, as a studio practice is quiet and sometimes lonely. The shorthand developed over years of conversation can ignite a body of work, deepen a theme, or reimagine an idea just beginning to take shape. It’s no surprise that such friendships have historically been so important to

Constant Repeating Themes

by Aubrey J. KauffmanSeptember 11, 2021 - October 9, 2021

  As a photographer, the themes of urban landscape and man’s impact on the environment have long intrigued me both artistically and intellectually. I witness this in constructions as simple as building façades in a strip mall to the deserted athletic fields in parks and playgrounds.    Through my viewfinder I seek to contrast and compare the interactions of natural and man-made elements. I tend to seek out landscapes that speak to a certain stillness. In the buildings and structures that I photograph, I emphasize

Leslie Kuenne: A Life in Art

May 15, 2021 - June 19, 2021

The Arts Council of Princeton is honored to be exhibiting a collection of paintings, pen and ink drawings, and photography works by Leslie Vought Kuenne.   Leslie was a deeply dedicated member of the Princeton community and a gifted painter, sketch artist, gardener, and award-winning photographer. Leslie took great comfort and solace in making art and the Arts Council was so fortunate to have her as a student, member, board member and friend.  This exhibition will feature a selection of Leslie’s work produced over the years

A Voice to be Heard

by Ryan Bonilla, Shelter Serra, Martha Tuttle, Joyce Kozloff, Maria de Los Angeles, Adam Moss, Buket Savci, Frenel MorrisApril 10, 2021 - May 8, 2021

A Voice to be Heard explores the idea of the inner voice and the ongoing search for meaning, connection, and sense of place. The artists explore ideas of belonging that seem truly important in our contemporary life and in a society that too often feels polarized and isolated, inviting us to reflect on our points of view and shared humanity.   Joyce Kozloff in her series “girlhood” visually collaborated with her younger self through using childhood drawings in her current work that reflect on her

Textured Waters

by Paintings by Léni Paquet-Morante & Susan DeConciniMarch 13, 2021 - April 3, 2021

When artists Susan DeConcini and Léni Paquet-Morante submitted individual proposals for an exhibition, the Arts Council’s gallery committee saw an exciting pairing because of their shared interest in water as a subject matter. Susan’s watercolors on paper explore her interest in the movement and textures of ocean waves and other water surfaces in motion. Painted at a variety of water environments, Leni’s plein-air landscape interpretations inform her studio work. Together, these artists’ works provide a contemplation of water as both a familiar subject and intriguing

Legends of the Arts: A Black History Month Exhibit

by Museums in MotionFebruary 6, 2021 - March 6, 2021

Join the Arts Council of Princeton and Museums in Motion as we pay tribute to “Legends of the Arts” during Black History Month 2021.   Take a stroll through decades of culture and excellence related to some of the most notable individuals in American history. Legendary figures such as poet and author Langston Hughes, actor and singer Paul Robeson, and the timeless, regal Motown singing sensations known as The Supremes will be featured, to name just a few. View riveting photographs of Lena Horne, the first black woman

Travels: Domestic and aBroad

by Krysia Kolodziej and Libby RamageJanuary 4, 2021 - January 30, 2021

  When artists Krysia Kolodziej and Libby Ramage met in the early 1990s, Krysia was editing for Princeton University Press and writing poetry; Libby was starting her work teaching art to very young children while making and exhibiting her own art. Both inveterate savers of ephemera, they have been supporting each other’s art-making ever since.   Libby’s mixed media pieces–with painting and drawing using acrylics and charcoal–were created from a scrapbook originally compiled by her stepfather’s mother, Hilda, a formidable woman who reigned over her family

2020 Member Exhibition

by ACP MembersNovember 21, 2020 - December 19, 2020

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self

Day of the Dead Exhibition

November 2, 2020 - November 14, 2020

  Day of the Dead, or el Día de los Muertos, is a celebration of life.   El Día de los Muertos is observed in Mexico and throughout the world this time of year, where family and friends gather to remember and honor those who have died. Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars using sugar skulls, marigolds, and favorite foods of those who have passed.    The memories and desires of the dearly departed are remembered each year on November 1 and 2 with

Art and Music: Touching Sound

by Princeton Artist AllianceSeptember 26, 2020 - October 24, 2020

We hear music. But what does music look like? A picture is worth a thousand sounds. Art and music complement one another and form a connection. The stimuli from each strengthen the other. Artists find their inspiration from many sources.   The artists of Princeton Artists’ Alliance are collaborating with the musicians of Mobius Percussion in the exhibition Art and Music: Touching Sound. Inspired by the musicians’ performance of Paper Melodies (my music box music) composed by Jason Treuting of So Percussion, the visual artists have