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PASSAGES - 8 WOMEN PAINTERS

The Labyrinth by Peg Curtain

In celebration of Women's History Month, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts presents Passages - 8 Women Painters at the Stedman Gallery, Rutgers University-Camden, Camden, NJ, beginning February 1 through April 8, 2022.

In a curatorial debut by painter and Associate Director for Education, Noreen Scott Garrity, stimulating work by 8 women artists, with whom Garrity attended painting programs at the University of Delaware and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is on exhibit:

Lisa Bartolozzi, Elisabeth Condon, Peg Curtain, Noreen Scott Garrity, Diane Crossan Lawler, Helen O'Leary, Helen O'Toole, and Bibiana Suárez

Zoom programing and live gallery talks are planned along with the Passages Reception - Meet the Artists! on Saturday, April 2, 2022, from 2 to 4:30pm.

Visit the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts website for more details.

Imaged above is The Labyrinth by Peg Curtain.


Divergent/Works: Sam Scott

Currently on view at The Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM, Divergent/Works: Sam Scott opened October 7, 2017 and continues through January 14, 2018.

His is one of four Divergent/Works exhibitions featuring artists pursuing very different styles - sublime and humble - while subscribing to the unique high desert aesthetic of Taos and northern New Mexico.

A discussion/talk with Sam Scott took place at The Harwood Museum of Art on October 28, 2017. 

"Heart of Pablo Casals", by Sam Scott, oil on canvas

For more on the exhibition and Sam's paintings , visit this post on our vasaripaintpov blog


Beneath the Surface: Barbara Fracchia

Examining color and form both above and below the Pacific ocean, Barbara Fracchia's new oils are featured in Beneath the Surface, a solo show at Montserrat Contemporary Art Gallery, NY, NY, beginning October 6th through the 31st. Barbara is pictured here on opening night beside her work "Fishing for Answers."

Additional paintings by Barbara are also on display in the gallery's Salon 2016, a group exhibition, until 2017. Visit montserrat.us or the artist's website at barbarafracchia.com