“The Art of Tuesday Night” is a collection of art in many styles created by the adult students of the Glen Rock/Midland Park Community School’s oil painting class. The public is invited to a meet the artists reception a the Library on Saturday, July 27th from 1 - 2pm, and all are welcome.
Diane Nafash’s “Sylvan Moments,” a collection of experimental photography, hand pulled lithography and contemporary printmaking with watercolor brings a sense of enlightenment, rewarding those who take a careful look at her imagery. Along with feelings of peace and joy, there is a sense of “lifting up” and “reaching out” that directly engages the viewer.
For most of his life, George Krane lived in Russia and pursued a career in engineering. However, he always had a love for the arts. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, he immigrated to the United States with his family and settled in Waldwick, NJ. It was then that his childhood interest in artist stamps inspired him to start painting on canvas. After years of experimenting with various techniques and materials, George created over 150 original pieces. A collection of his works is on view through April 2019 at the Glen Rock Public Library.
John Dunic, our featured artist this month, is a Bergen County artist formally trained at the School of Visual Arts in NYC with a master’s degree of fine arts from William Paterson University. Dunic paints in a variety of styles including cubism, expressionism, and futurism. Recent awards include Ringwood Manor, Bergen County Arts in the Park, and St. Catherine’s of Bologna.
“Springboard” - the collective name of a diverse group of local artists - exhibits their latest artwork at the Glen Rock Library including botanical drawings, abstracts, plein air landscapes, and expressionist paintings that cover a wide range of subjects. The members of Springboard meet monthly to encourage, critique, and support each other in their artistic pursuits.