"Colorful Connections" at the Library All During April

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COLORFUL CONNECTIONS IS a complement of works by a trio of artists which will be on display throughout the month of April in the Metuchen Borough Public Library. "Colorful Connections" is a flexible collective of exhibiting New Jersey artists comprised of Carol Clemens of Woodland Park, Margaret Cohen of Metuchen and Anita Gladstone of Springfield. "It is always remarkable to me that one starts with nothing, a blank page, and with a few marks of pigment creates something that didn't exist before but is still recognizable as if it were a real thing," Clemens says. "Paintings are not real; they only allude to the real ... supports and pigments expanded upon to become an expression of the mind or heart." The exhibition will feature works primarily in pastels. The artists have all studied with Christina Debarry, PSA, of Florham Park, NJ and are Signature Members of the Pastel Society of NJ. The exhibition is being held in the Metuchen Borough Public Library, 480 Middlesex Ave, Metuchen, NJ 08840. The library is open 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 10a.m.-5p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. (732) 632-8526.

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