Repurposing, Reweaving: Recent Paintings by Miriam Lefkowitz and Tamora Knorr will be on exhibit at the library in March 2015. An art reception will be held on Saturday, March 7 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. The public is invited.
Miriam Lefkowitz studied at Mason Gross School of the Arts with Lloyd McNeill and at the The Camera Club of New York. She has a B.A. from the University of Maryland. University of Maryland. She is a member of the Printmaking Council of New Jersey. She has exhibited in many venues including the Camera Club of New York, IM Gallery of Highland Park, Highland Park Public Library, and the New Brunswick Art Salon. Lefkowitz is also a mother, videographer, painter, telecommunications analyst and long-time resident of Highland Park. Her works for this show feature oil paintings on wood, canvas, windows, and other found items that both inspire and inform her painting.
Tamara Knorr is a fiber and textile artist originally from Bristol, VA. She has resided in NJ for the past 12 years and currently lives in East Brunswick. In her artwork she applies textile techniques – including knitting, crochet, embroidery, quilting, and weaving – to non-traditional materials and forms. Her works reflect her fascination with both materials and process. In addition to making art, Tammy is a mother of four, a barista and gallery curator at OQ Coffee Shop & Roastery, and an administrative assistant/outreach coordinator at Speak Music Conservatory, both in Highland Park, NJ.