Visible Arts Center of New Jersey Opens New Members Exhibitions

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Opens New Members Exhibitions

(SUMMIT, NJ) — The Visual Arts Middle of New Jersey just lately opened two new users exhibitions in the next-flooring group galleries: Susan Horn: Corona Desires and Jennifer Markovitz: Torn Visions. The two demonstrates will be on check out through January 24, 2021. 

Susan Horn’s Corona Desires, on perspective in the Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II, is a sequence of mixed media operate designed by the artist due to the fact the beginning of the pandemic. “I generally cherished artwork but in no way experienced substantially time to engage even though increasing four small children, obtaining a Ph.D., and educating for twenty several years,” claimed Horn. “After retirement, I enrolled in a number of courses at the Art Centre and learned that pouring paint was my preferred exercise. I cherished developing textures and mixing shades though earning messes as I explored distinct mediums. The moment the quarantine shut us all inside in March 2020, I began to rework my outdated canvases, portray them around and starting again, but this time, using the most precious materials during the shutdown—paper towels. My do the job signifies the gentle, hearth, darkness, drinking water, mountains, forests, and sites that we no longer can check out besides inside our minds.” 

Like Corona Desires, Jennifer Markovitz’s Torn Visions, on look at in Ann’s Area Gallery, also characteristics mixed media function established through the pandemic. “2020 has been a challenging and challenging year,” said Markovitz. “Between the world pandemic, political divide, and racial injustices, our lives have been permanently altered. The collages that make up this exhibit began early in March when I began sending them to close friends and relatives to brighten their times of monotony. I go on building them to assist locate goal and a imaginative outlet. In an hard work to aid those people in have to have in our community community, proceeds from the sale of these collages will be donated to Bridges Outreach in Summit, NJ. Their mission is to finish homelessness as a result of volunteer-driven outreach and particular person scenario administration, concentrating on wellbeing, housing, and independence.”  

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Opens New Members Exhibitions

For more details on both of those these exhibitions, simply click right here.

For about 85 several years, the Visible Arts Center of New Jersey has been exclusively dedicated to viewing, creating, and discovering about modern day art. Regarded as a top non-gain arts corporation, the Artwork Center’s renowned Studio Faculty, acclaimed exhibitions, and instructional outreach initiatives provide 1000’s of youth, people, seniors, and people with particular desires each year. 

The Visual Arts Middle of New Jersey is positioned at 68 Elm Street in Summit, NJ. Gallery hrs: Monday–Thursday, 10 AM–8 PM Friday, 10 AM–5 PM and Saturday & Sunday, 11 AM–4 PM. Admission need to be reserved in progress. Be sure to phone 908.273.9121 to validate holiday break hours.  


Big assistance for the Visible Arts Center of New Jersey is presented in part by the Peter R. & Cynthia K. Kellogg Basis the Wilf Family Foundations and Art Center customers and donors.  

Images: (Best) Jennifer Markovitz, Flat Iron Collage, 2020, Mixed Media Collage (Bottom) Susan Horn, Four Seasons, 2020, Blended Media

at first published: 12/16/2020