The Noyes Museum Permanent Collection
June 6, 2014 - January 2015
Highlights from the Noyes Museum Permanent Collection.
Anthony J. Rudisill: National Parks America’s Last Refuge
May 23 - September 21, 2014
Acclaimed wildlife painter and carver Anthony J. Rudisill captures the grandeur of the vistas of America’s Western National Parks in contemporary realist paintings.
Detour: Self Taught ArtistsMay 16 - September 21, 2014
Painting, drawing, and sculpture by American self–taught artists of the Mid-Atlantic region. Out of the ordinary works made in aesthetic isolation with the drive of the human spirit to create.
Video SelectsIn the Shadow of Contemplation
Interviews with Curlee Raven Holton, Founder and Director of the Experimental Printmaking Institute at Lafayette College
Giornate Tese - I Colori Di Siena, 2 Days Tese - The Colors of Siena
Film by Tommaso de Sando
Young-at-Art Gallery (YAG) displays art work created at schools or community organizations.
This is a free service to the community. The exhibits change monthly.
Group IV First Place
King of the Ducks
Si Youn Kim, Age 16
Species: King Eider
Junior Duck Stamp Contest Winners 2014 Art Exhibition
Presented by The Wetlands Institute
The Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor is the official site for Junior Duck Stamp entries and judging in the state of New Jersey.
to find out about opportunities for young artists!
The Seaview at 100
July - December 2014
An exhibition celebrating 100 years of the classic Seaview Hotel. Historic bellman's uniforms, golf memorabilia and images from the Seaview's past highlight the exhibition and capture the grandeur of this stately resort hotel.
Time and place come alive in Marie Natale’s stunning watercolor paintings. Capturing the beauty and nostalgia of locations in southern New Jersey, Natale creates light-filled images of the historic Seaview Hotel, coastal landscapes, and classic golf imagery from the Seaview’s past.
In The Works
September 8 - November 17, 2014
IN THE WORKS is a biannual undergraduate student exhibition representing current classroom work from the Visual Arts Program: Studies in the Arts housed within the School of Arts and Humanities on Stockton's main campus in Galloway.
The works on display are from Prof. Jed Morfit's Sculpture II class. Part of the course work was mold making. The busts on display were built out of clay from which the students manufactured a plaster waste mold. Plaster was poured into the mold, which produced an exact reproduction of their clay form. Students finished each piece with sealant and paint as on display.
The Visual Arts Program offers BA and BFA degree programs with comprehensive curriculum in six studio tracks: Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Visual Communications, or Illustration. BA degree offers two tracks: Art History, and Interdisciplinary Visual Arts. Our curriculum emphasizes student centered learning, with the expectation that all students will demonstrate their assimilation of theory and technique through performance, exhibition, and portfolio.
Please visit the Visual Arts Program page for details or call the School of Arts and Humanities at 609-652-4505.
The Art of Mike Bell
July 2 – September 28, 2014
Artist Mike Bell was born and raised at the Jersey Shore. Best known for his figurative paintings, Bell is an artist whose work is a juxtaposition of iconic pop culture subjects combined with modern day influences. He also creates painted objects, such as bowling pins and surfboards, as well as palm-sized matchbook art depicting pop culture icons such as Mr. Peanut, Marilyn Monroe, Elton John, Jimmy Hendrix, Frankenstein and Humphrey Bogart. Most of his work falls into the genre lowbrow. Lowbrow art is an underground visual art movement that originated in Los Angeles in the late 70’s, a populist art movement with cultural roots related to underground comics, hot-rod cultures of the street, and punk music. The artwork usually displays a sense of humor.