By Janet Purcell | For The Times of Trenton
One of the positive aspects of the long slog of this pandemic we’re in is all the good art that is being created. Arts organizations are reporting increased membership and participation in exhibitions, whether virtual or in person, has jumped by leaps and bounds. A fine example of that is the Arts Council of Princeton Members Exhibit, comprising works by 118 of its members.
Although the media used for all the works is widely varied, as are the genres represented, the exhibit in the Arts Council’s spacious and light-filled Taplin Gallery is cohesive. It’s a pleasure to move slowly through the collection, moving from paintings, drawings and prints to sculpture, ceramics and fiber arts. But please remember the gallery is welcoming visitors while keeping within the CDC guidelines. No more than six people can be in the gallery at one time and, of course, all must wear a face covering and practice social distancing. […]
Then there are innovative works in the show such as Adriana Groza’s “Seashore” an acrylic pour on canvas where she poured and blew her pigments to emulate breakers crashing on the sand. Where Groza’s painting is wild and free…
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