I drove to New Jersey on Monday. Visited with friends in Jersey City and Morristown, and stopped in to see my art exhibition at Summit Medical Group in Berkeley Heights. I love how easy-peasy it is to find your way around the country via Google maps/GPS, by the way. It is clearly the greatest invention to eliminate fear of travel. It was an effortless, fun-filled journey!
This place is so beautiful! Space Planner Elizabeth Wiech did a magnificent job installing this show. I feel lucky to be a part of it. It turns out that my work is the most abstract of the bunch. I picked up the artwork I had delivered that wasn’t used – actually my friend Anne had delivered it for me originally, and so this was my first time there. Everyone was so nice and helpful from the valet parking attendants and security people to the reception desk ladies and maintenance. Thank you, everyone! I am just so incredibly grateful for the experience.
The art exhibition is in the basement floor of the Lawrence Pavilion building in the complex at 1 Diamond Hill (Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922). Each artist is represented with an artist statement and information on how to contact them in order to make a purchase. A portion of sales will go to a pet charity – this is an animal-themed art show.
Eight of my paintings are there – from my 18″ x 18″ oil & collage Echolalia series.
The exhibition will continue through November 2016.
Contact Elizabeth Wiech at (908) 277-8806 for more information. This is a medical office building – she will know the building hours. The show is open to the public and can be accessed through a separate entrance with stairs leading to the basement floor or through the main entrance using the elevator.