Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Compassion: Is it the Radicalism of Our Time?

Gallery at 14 Maple - Morris Arts
14 Maple Avenue – Suite 301, Morristown, NJ 07960
On view through February 14, 2019, M-Th 10am-4pm, F 10am-1pm, & by appt. (973) 285-5115

Featuring "works by a highly diverse and distinguished group of artists...Including "Anonda Bell (Montclair), Terry Boddie (Orange), Lisa Conrad (Newark), Cicely Cottingham (West Orange), Victor Davson (West Orange) Dominique Duroseau (Newark), Adebunmi Gbadebo (Newark), Dong Kyu Kim (Fort Lee), Steve McKenzie (Annandale), PaulA Neves (Newark), Nell Painter (Newark), Kay Reese (Irvington), Onnie Strother (East Orange), Amanda Thackray (Newark) and Nathan Williams (Brooklyn, NY). Their artworks encompass highly varied perspectives on the exhibit’s central theme, Compassion, examining the multitude of interpretations of its role and place in modern life"( Morris Arts.org)

Friday, April 13, 2018

The Ether Acre

Index Art Center
233-237 Washington St, Newark, NJ 07102

Opening reception Saturday, May 12, 7 – 11 PM
Exhibition on view through June 8

The Ether Acre explores the parallels between photography and poetry, from direct application to the surreal. These works lay bare the artists’ inclinations as testimony to the human experience. Curated by Colleen Gutwein.

Richard Cammarieri
Jennifer Coard
Jasmine Mans
Tom McGlynn
Cesar Melgar
paulA neves
Joe Strasser
Emma Wilcox

Friday, March 02, 2018

capricornucopia (the dream of the goats)

paulA neves poet author artist educator- itinerantmuse
Finishing Line Press
neves’ poems circle delicately like “birds . . . red heralds / stillborn in the throat” around the many sacrifices of giving to the light, which in Portuguese (dar a luz) is the idiom for giving birth. capricornucopia returns time and again to considerations of “how our mother tongue / forgets the word for missed” and how being lost or being found is often one and the same thing.
—Carlo Matos

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