Maria Lux showcases a cross-disciplinary installation created during the Fall 2014 WPU Artist in Residency program that explores animals and the essential role they play in human understanding.
Three site-specific installations respond to the gallery's architecture and investigate the visitor's perception of physical and visual experiences that are illusive or tangible in nature.
This exhibition features silkscreen prints by master printmaker Zhiping Lu.
Co-organized by the Student Art Association and the William Paterson Art Department, this exhibition features student work juried by WP Art Professors Stephanie Beck, James Blasi, and Claudia Goldstein.
This exhibition illuminates the full range of African American visual creativity and its essential place in the history and discourse of American art through artworks from late 19th century to present day.
This exhibition highlights recent innovative artwork in varied media by the faculty of William Paterson University's Art Department.
Mixed media artist Raymond Saá investigates depth and space by layering materials such as cardboard, paper, or wood. His site-specific installation of painted cardboard panels juxtaposes monochromatic and polychromatic compositions made up of abstract and botanical forms.
This exhibition presents the work of Artie Van Blarcum, a self-taught photographer who was active in New Jersey camera clubs in the 1960s. Van Blarcum experimented with alternative techniques to produce over-exposed or silhouette prints, sometimes embellished with hand drawing. Curated by Gerald Slota, adjunct art professor, these selections are drawn from an archive of nearly 300 prints that were donated by George Tice.
Co-curated by Aurogeeta Das and David Stanton, this exhibition features work from the Umesh and Sunanda Gaur Collection and the Ethnic Arts Foundation Collection.
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