Village’s Smith sisters delve into their art in SHU exhibit

Smith sisters bring their brands of art back home to village

Village’s Smith sisters delve into their art in SHU exhibit

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Examining one’s sense of place and the many different ways a person can connect to their surroundings was the theme of the recent exhibition, “A Sense of Place: Kiki and Seton Smith,” in Seton Hall University’s Walsh Gallery. The titular artists, who are South Orange natives, discussed their work in a […]

South Orange pays tribute to two native artists

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University, in collaboration with the Lennie Pierro Memorial Arts Foundation, will host a tribute exhibition featuring South Orange natives Kiki and Seton Smith in “A Sense of Place.” The exhibition, with an accompanying catalog, honors two of the town’s most distinguished artists by considering their […]

‘Un-Common-Place’ at CHS explores life experiences

‘Un-Common-Place’ at CHS explores life experiences

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — With a deliberately ambiguous title, three local artists took unique approaches to exploring common experiences in the exhibit “Un-Common-Place,” which is on display through Sept. 30 at the Domareki Gallery in Columbia High School. The exhibit, curated by CHS art teacher Ellen Weisbord, features the work of Sybil Archibald and Russell Christian, […]

Pierro Gallery explores influence of Egyptian culture on today’s artists

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Civilizations may come and go, but ancient Egyptian culture, one of the earliest and greatest, has left an indelible impression throughout world history. HaGar AbdelRahman and John Branigan, guest curators in association with the master’s of arts program in museum professions at Seton Hall University explore the influence of ancient Egyptian […]