Monday, September 16, 2013

Jane Kandy Lippincott is our guest speaker

Monthly Meeting September 19, 2013
Location: 9 Stacey Drive, Cream Ridge NJ
Time: 7-9

Jane Kandy Lippincott is a retired teacher and internationally known stamp artist.   She will speak and lead a hands on demonstration of making soft cut stamps.   Examples of her work and a limited amount of supplies will be provided to try this interesting method of printing.  

Thursday, September 12, 2013

AAG member Judy Nahmias is part of a group show in Florida

Judy Nahmias' painting will be part of a group show in the THE VILLAGES in Florida.   The show will run from September to December 7, 2013.  The title of the show is Inspired by the Masters.  Judy's painting Belmar Bay, see below, was inspired by Monet's The Beach at Sainte-Adresse.  Judy loves and is moved by the sky, water and light.  Judy is out of New Jersey but she brought some of New Jersey's beauty with her to Florida.

Lucretia McGuff-Silverman will be exhibiting her work in several locations this fall.

Lucretia McGuff-Silverman, aka as Ellen to AAG members, will be in several shows this Fall.  Ellen will have a one person show all of September in the Twin Rivers Public Library at 276 Abbington Dr, Twin Rivers NJ.  Her work will be on display September 4-September 27, 2013.  Pictured below is Ellen's Yellow Living Room painting  that will be on display at the library.

Ellen will also be exhibiting her work in a group show at the Noyes Museum of Art's Signature Artist Exhibition September 6-November 24 2013.  The museum is located on Lily Lake Road in Oceanville, NJ.  The opening reception for this show will be October 4th 5-8PM.  Seen below is one of the two pieces Ellen will have in the Noyes show.  This water color piece is entitled, Delaware Water Gap.

Ellen will also exhibit her work at the Roosevelt Arts Project Open Studio, in Roosevelt NJ on November 9th and 10th.  Ellen is known for her use of color and the depiction of light to create her pieces.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Congratulations to AAG member Chetna Singh M.D.

AAG member, Chetna Singh is a medical doctor and a talented artist.   She has been extremly busy. As an artist she paints beautiful colorful paintings that are then reproduced on high quality pure silk as wearable art.  These pieces can also be framed and hung or as decorations.   Chetna wants to share her Indian heritage through these scarves.   Her scarves are sold in boutiques and on line at

Chetna's scarves are also exhibited in the prestigious NOLCHA in NYC Fashion week this September. NOLCHA is an award winning event for the independent fashion designers and lets them show their work to global audiences.

Through her art Chetna has also taken on the issue of domestic abuse.  The scarf below was designed by Chetna as part of the Break Through's "Ring the Bell" campaign.  Half of all proceeds from the sale of this scarf will go to the campaign.  We at AAG are all proud of her.