Landscapes of the Mind

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Landscapes of the Mind

February 17 - June 3

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Opening Reception: March 17 2022, 5 – 7 pm
Closing Reception: May 19 2022, 5 – 7 pm

The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University and the Regional Center for Women in the Arts present an exciting exhibition “Landscapes of the Mind” on display at Kramer Hall, Hammonton, NJ. This invitational exhibition showcases the work of seven women visual artists from the greater Philadelphia region.

The Regional Center for Women in the Arts is a non-profit corporation dedicated to encouraging and promoting the best emerging and established women artists. Their mission also supports fundraising for charities that benefit women in need.

Christine Stoughton’s exhibiting sculpture casts shadows that reference man-made constructions that meander through the landscape. Fran Gallun’s artwork weave vintage photos, monotype, gouache, and ink into large, colorful collages. Katherine Fraser’s paintings of singular figures in spare settings explore the sensation of solitary experiences in nature. Linda Dubin Garfield creates colorful works on paper that combine traditional printmaking, mixed media, and digital technology to capture the mystery of memory and place. The American landscape gives narrative structure to Mary Putman’s paintings to show that we are victims and products of our history. From her working studio in Media, Pennsylvania, Susan Foley Urban creates landscapes filtered through memory. Valetta’s work captures the raw beauty of the California Landscape.

Proceeds of sales will be donated on behalf Regional Center for Women in the Arts to AVANZAR (formerly The Women’s Center).

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Start:
February 17
End:
June 3
Event Category:
https://noyesmuseum.org/current-exhibitions

Organizers

Noyes Museum of Art
The Regional Center for Women in the Arts

Venue

Noyes Museum of Art
733 Lily Lake Road
Stockton, NJ United States
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