More than 30 Asbury Park artists are coming to Arts Guild New Jersey to show northerners how to be civilized at the Jersey Shore.
Arts Guild New Jersey
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Registration is now open for a variety of art workshops.
Registration is now open for one-day winter workshops for adults at Arts Guild New Jersey in Rahway. The Arts Guild will be offering four workshop options: Drawing the Human Portrait and Dynamic Figure Drawing and Anatomy taught by Julian Tejera; Botanical Art in Watercolor taught by Ruth Tietjen Councell; and The Art of Pastels taught by Anne Kullaf. All workshops will take place on Saturdays in the Senior Center Annex studio classroom space at 125 West Milton Avenue on the corner of Esterbrook and Milton Avenues. Registration, now open for the Winter 2013 workshops, is accepted online, as well as in-person or by mail. To register in person, visit the office at 1670 Irving Street in Rahway, Monday through Thursday, from 10 am to 4 pm…
Friday, June 8, 2012
An amazing group art exhibit is free and closes tonight in Rahway.
'Rahway's First Thursday', is tonight, June 7, and it's the last chance to view 'Prismatic', Arts Guild New Jersey's May group exhibit between 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Arts Guild New Jersey is located at 1670 Irving Street in Rahway. The event is free and wheelchair accessible. 'Prismatic' features the work of six contemporary artists who make 'color' a primary consideration in their work. Included artists are: Lucas Kelly (Bordentown, NJ), Elaine Longtemps (Brooklyn, NY), Fausto Sevila (Elizabeth, NJ),Wes Sherman (Denville, NJ), Andrew Werth (Princeton Junction, NJ), Sara Wolfe (Jersey City, NJ). Color shapes our world - it effects how and what we see, think, and feel. Research shows that the human eye can distinguish millions of colors…
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Arts Guild New Jersey hosts a reception today for the work of 11 peripatetic artists.
Arts Guild New Jersey presents 'Road Trip: My America', an exhibition exploring America through the creative viewpoints of eleven artists. The show, held at 1670 Irving Street in Rahway, opens with a free reception today, Sunday, Feb. 12, from 1 pm to 4 pm. Participating artists include: Susan Marie Brundage from Pennsylvania; Walter Chandoha, Annandale; Don Edler, Brooklyn; William Graef, Manhattan; Neal Korn, Union; Marianne McCarthy, Brooklyn; Nancy Ori, Berkeley Heights; Hannah Rappleye, Brooklyn; Rocco Scary, NJ; Robin Stein, Seattle, WA; and Sue Zwick, Summit. In the last century, traveling by back road and interstate has been one of the most popular ways of seeing destinations throughout the United States. "In much the same way a …