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Texture in Nature

September 17 thru February 24, 2023

Susan Zulauf's 'mark of the artist' is exemplified in her textural paintings of landscape and nature. With an almost Fauvist use of color combined with gestural and experimental uses of paint, form, decorative motifs, and materials, the glamorized beauty of nature is present.


My Own Witness: Rupture and Repair

September 17 thru January 8, 2023

Returning artist, Donna Bassin, collaborated with individuals who felt invisible and un-entitled in the American moment following the 2016 presidential election. By telling stories through pose, gesture, and props, the subject asserts their identity and invites encounters with their humanity.

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Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture -- a traveling exhibit from New York University

September 17 thru November 27, 2022

Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture features photographs of objects and materials from the Jack G. Shaheen Archive at Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, and documents U.S. popular culture representations of Arabs and Muslims from the early-20th century to the present.

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July 16 thru November 27, 2022

Mario Loprete is a painter and sculptor residing and working in Catanzaro, Italy. A graduate of the Accademia of Belle Arti, Loprete has found his artistic voice through the mediums of painting and sculpture. Through research and experimentation, his choice of medium to work with has become: Concrete.

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Sonic Peaks

July 16 thru November 27, 2022

Over the next few years, Payton MacDonald plans to summit the 146 highest mountains in the Northeastern part of the United States. His objective is to create graphic scores that reflect the feelings and experiences he has on a given peak or collection of peaks.

This idea makes up his latest exhibit, "Sonic Peaks."


Works from the County's Permanent Fine Arts Collection

September 17 thru November 27, 2022

The Passaic County Arts Center, since its opening, has collected one piece of artwork from solo exhibitions. On display now is the County's newly acquired contemporary arts collection.

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Visual Journaling

July 16 thru August 28, 2022

Ms. Fink finds inspiration for her oil paintings both close to home and in her travels. With her French easel, she paints en plein air using a prismatic palette. It is her journey to see more by observing closely while painting from life.

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A Convocation of Color

April 30 thru August 28, 2022

Ed Whitmore creates patina works that evoke the passage of time and suggest ideas of loss and decay. He utilizes metal effects paints that oxidize, creating subtle shades of brown, green and blue. 



April 30 thru July 5, 2022 

Jessie Bloom is a New Jersey-based artist who draws on atmosphere, landscape, light and color as the
inspiration for her woven paintings. 


Passaic County Senior Art Show

June 4 thru July 3, 2022

Coordinated by the Passaic County Department of Senior Services, the Senior Art Show is featured at the Arts Center until July 3rd. 

With 38 works of art by 38 different residents of Passaic County, this show features a wide and varied mix of styles and mediums.  


The Reception & Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, June 23rd from 2:00PM-4:00PM at the Arts Center on the 1st Floor. Light refreshments will be served. 


Touch of Style

February 12 thru April 10, 2022

Lisa and Nancy Quatrocchi are featured in this mother-daughter exhibit showcasing their oil on canvas works that have been inspired and influenced by nature.

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February 12 thru April 10, 2022

This exhibit features Little Falls resident Jerry Winick, revealing his desire to take the art of pencil drawing to new heights. Winick has been drawing for most of his life and is a teacher of pencil drawing at Pencilworks Studio.


Works From Our Permanent Collection

February 12 thru April 10, 2022

The Passaic County Arts Center, since its opening, has collected one piece of artwork from solo exhibitions. On display now is the County's newly acquired contemporary arts collection.

Portrait of a Lady

October 2, 2021 thru April 10, 2022

Selections of Fine and Decorative Arts dating to the 17th thru 18th century, from the County of Passaic's permanent Collection

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