Exhibition Duration: June 18, 2019 – August 30, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, June 21, 2019 @ 6:30-9:30
Alfa Art Gallery is proud to announce the New Brunswick Art Salon 2019 All Media Exhibition. Our gallery will feature art of different mediums from various artists in this exhibit. We will be displaying thought provoking pieces that will engage the viewers imagination and allow for interpretation. This exhibition is called “Respective Space.”
The All Media Exhibition will incorporate themes of empowerment, exploration and transformation. Alfa Art Gallery will showcase artists who use many mediums including acrylic paint, sheet metal, crayon, watercolor and ink. This exhibition allows New Brunswick Art Salon to bring artists form a variety of backgrounds together. “The gallery regularly features art salon holding, three annually in addition to hosting musicians, solo exhibitions, authors and actors,” said Mary Ann Koruth, writer from New Brunswick Today. Koruth continued, “As a result of an overwhelming response to a call for artists, the exhibition was presented in two parts.”
Alfa Art invites to join us for our All Media Exhibition on Friday, June 21, 2019. Where artists will bring new perspectives to the viewers.
Featured Artists: Alison Jones, Anne Stagg, Anthony Sienkiewicz, Barbara Neibart, Cedric van Eenoo, Dario Silva, Doug Rizio, Ekaterina Abramov, Elizabeth Amaral, Elsie Sienkiewicz, Haley Mosseri, Kirill Abramov, Kymba Nijuck, Vadim Levin
About New Brunswick Art Salons
The Alfa Art Gallery is a non-profit organization devoted to the discovery, growth, and support of emerging and established artistes. Since we opened our doors i 2008, we have worked to achieve this goal through exhibitions and events held at our gallery over the years. Currently the most successful of which have been our oldest and most prestigious program, New Brunswick Art Salon. Drawing inspiration form the traditional art salons of the 18th and 19th centuries, we have used these events to connect talented artists with the New Brunswick public. Since the program’s inceptions in 2010, the New Brunswick Art Salon has helped to enrich the community through its art. We attempt to spark a love and interest of the arts through our donations to the community including to the NJ Institute for Food, Nutrition, and Health in 2012. Thanks to the support of sponsors and patrons alike, we have been able to expand our Art Salon. Originally, it consisted of a Spring exhibition of Watercolor and Mixed Media and a Fall exhibition of Oil Color and Mixed Media. However, now, a Winter photography exhibition and more recently a Summer All Media exhibition has been added to out New Brunswick Art Salon Program. We believe that visual art is a universal form of expression which can bridge cultural gaps and provide a forum where diverse perspectives can be shared and appreciated, and we hope you will join us for this upcoming melding of the minds.