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PAST EXHIBITS 2023
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WOLKING

by José M. Fontaiña

July 22 thru October 15, 2023

THE FOOTSTEPS IN EACH PIECE REPRESENT MY JOURNEY THROUGH A LIFE MOMENT. 

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POOLS

by Shayla Nolan

July 22 thru October 15, 2023

By creating works based on traditional foundations with flair and material use commonly associated with craft, Shay aims to make viewers question the difference between "scholarly" fine art and emotion-based visual explorations, and the societal standards that divide the practice of creative expression.

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The Moon series

by Peter Tilgner

July 22 thru October 15, 2023

My Moon Flower series was created from a collection of images photographed at the New York and New Jersey Botanical Gardens and the thermal pools of Yellowstone National Park.

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Calling Me Home

April 22 thru July 16, 2023

Michael Wolf's work encompasses sculpture, installation, and drawing. Inspired by architectural forms, he uses them as a metaphor for the human experience. The desire for shelter physically and psychologically permeates his work. Wolf uses wood, stone, metal, and gold leaf to create contemporary art with an ongoing dialogue with history.

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Breathe

April 22 thru July 16, 2023

Soo Kim creates works that showcase movement and flow. Her art is fluid and soothing, and her wish is for everyone to come and relax, and breathe.

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Everything's Fine

by Gwenn Seemel

April 22 thru July 16, 2023

Artist Gwenn Seemel's  Everything's Fine series is about how everything is not. Designed to acknowledge that many of us are struggling with anxiety, depression, or PTSD, these paintings are meant to let you know that you are not alone.

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New Works
Sculptures and Paintings
By Lorenz and Nathenson

February 25 thru July 16, 2023

Elaine Lorenz and Howard Nathenson return to the Passaic County Arts Center with a collaborative exhibition of new works from their studios.

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Icarus and Friends

January 28 thru March 31, 2023

Kate Dodd creates both temporary and permanent site-specific installations, and has exhibited her artwork nationally in museums, galleries, and colleges. Her works celebrate the transformation of materials and the hidden patterns of human habits.

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The Way I See It

January 28 thru March 31, 2023

June Fisher-Markowitz explores the subjects that most peak her interest through her watercolors. In her paintings, she seeks to uncover their hidden truths that can only be found in their abstracted visual expression.

Through a personal and process-oriented creative journey, she connects on a spiritual level with her work. 

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