Bo Jordan gives new meaning to the expression, “hand-painted”. The Highland Park artist literally finishes 90 percent of her paintings without brushes, using her fingers and palm to apply paint to canvas.
Amita Shukla, a visual artist from Highland Park and a junior at Highland Park High School, will have her first solo exhibit, “Technicolor Dreams,” in the Library meeting room in July 2014.
Jayant Shroff, a Metuchen artist, is displaying Paintings from Diverse Perspectives with a group of fellow artists, Geeta Acharya, Rohini Zutshi, Gomathi Subbiah, and Yogini Shroff. Jayant paints in watercolor, acrylics and oil pastels using the subject matter that reminds him of his roots.
The Paint and Palette Group of the Metuchen Senior Center is proud to present its second group art show at the Highland Park Public Library. “Paint & Palette art group provides a great opportunity for our seniors with basic capabilities to further develop and sharpen their skills.”
Shelley Phillips, recently retired from a career of teaching art in elementary school, has been busy doing what she loves most – painting! Her work is quite eclectic, including styles ranging from abstract to realistic, themes of abstract florals to landscapes to portraits and people. Shelley enjoys working in oil paints, but you can also view her acrylics and pastels.
Steve Varner was raised in Texas where he became very well known for his electric bass playing. Moving to New Jersey, he has picked up pastels and has rendered portraits, early morning and the beauty of local settings you might recognize. Varner has played acoustic bass with Pat Martino, Phil Woods, Dave Liebman and Michael […]