Art lovers are invited to a gallery talk featuring Ellarslie Open 36's award winning artists and juror Liz Kelton Sheehan. Winning artists this year include Cassaundra Flor, whose dramatic black and white etching Aeolian Cityscape (pictured) was named Best in Show Overall; Patrick Seufert for his fine-brushwork oil painting Dual Extension; Joseph Gilchrist for his crisp archival pigment print photograph Praise Waiteth for Thee; and Margie Milne for her romantic drawing Portrait of Gabrielle. In addition to the awards and…Find out more »
Scoop up some fun as you build your own ice cream sundae with all the fixings in an artisan-made bowl. On the Veranda of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion. This fundraiser will support Ellarslie’s educational programs. $20 for a sundae in the bowl of your choice to take home. $10 for a sundae in a disposable bowl. $6 for children 12 and under accompanied by an adult Members of the art club, faculty, and staff at Mercer County…Find out more »
Over pastries and breakfast beverages, Juror Liz Kelton Sheehan will discuss how she selected works in Ellarslie Open 36. Artists and patrons alike will enjoy this relaxed, educational and enjoyable morning amid the wide assortment of intriguing works in this year’s Ellarslie Open. Seating is limited. Reserve your seat now! $25, members $20.Find out more »
Trenton legend and retired Mercer County Community College professor of art Mel Leipzig shares his unique view of the Trenton area in Our Town,a new exhibit at Ellarslie, the Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park. A dozen large-scale portraits of family, friends and colleagues from his adopted city are on display at Ellarslie from July 12 through September 8. The exhibit opens Friday, July 12, with a public reception from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Leipzig is nationally known for his…Find out more »
The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion honors the art and writings of Janet Purcell, acclaimed arts writer for the Times of Trenton, with a solo exhibit. On display with her diverse artwork are samples of her writing, including three novels, numerous articles in DesignNJ, and several of her hundreds of memorable art reviews. Opening Reception: July 12, 6 to 7 p.m. for members and artists: 7 to 8:30 p.m. for the general public. Museum hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 12-4;…Find out more »
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