Through October 11, 2013
Reception to meet the artists September 18, 2013 6:00 – 7:30 PM
This group exhibit displays artwork depicting the days before the Jersey shore was torn apart. They hark back to the days of old-fashioned boardwalks, huge dunes, and of course, the various play lands built over the sand. All of which are now sandcastles of our dreams! So come on in and enjoy a walk along the shore as it used to be and as it was captured by these 7 artists.
The follow Roselle Park residents have contributed to this exhibit:
By profession she is an Occupational Therapist so every once in a while to de-stess herself from work Brenda travels, visiting new places and taking photographs.
“I want to share the photographs of the beautiful places I have visited in this spectacular country”
Michele spent the past year documenting the many species of birds, insects and mammals that inhabit and migrate through 450 acres of the Rahway River watershed. She recently had a solo exhibit “Occupy Lenape” highlighting the entomology and ornithology of Lenape Park.
Currently a member of SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators) and its Regional NJ chapter, Lynnor does illustrations for children’s books.
An art teacher in the Roselle Park high school, Nick has recently had a solo exhibit representing a 43 year retrospective of his work. The watercolors were a reflection of his dedication to teaching his craft to a new generation of artists over those years.
Leona M Seufert
Mixed media artist, Leona is known for her digital collages. In the last year she has started on a jewelry line called “digital gems” that utilize ink jet prints as the centerpiece of each item.
Rosalia grew up in Italy where as a young girl she discovered her passion for art and her artistic talents. Rosalia paints in acrylics, oils, and pastel.
An award winning photographer, Liene was born and raised in the beautiful city of Liepaja, Latvia on the coast of the Baltic Sea. She travels back to her home city often and visits Prague, Riga, and Kiev to capture its images. Liene also loves photographing the Jersey shore.