WATCHUNG—The Life Drawing Studio Group will offer two exhibitions at the Watchung Arts Center during the month of April.
The Upper Gallery will showcase “No Nudes Is Bad News.” The exhibit will feature a variety of works ranging in subject matter and mediums that the group’s members do on their own. The Lower Gallery will feature the exhibition, “Impunity”, and will include figurative work in a variety of mediums. The show will be open from April 7-28, during normal gallery hours.
The exhibitions are curated by Brian Beste, Danielle Linares and Timothy Neher. Work from eleven of the artist members of the group will be featured in the show, including: Brian Beste, Cathy Ehrhardt, Patrick Healy, Candice Keates, Elena Lezhen, Beverly Liftman, Danielle Linares, Timothy Neher, Francesca Leipzig Picone, Eric Troia, and Glenn Whitmore.
The Life Drawing Studio Group was founded by Brian Beste, and has been in residence at the Watchung Arts Center for over fifteen years. Studio sessions take place year round on Wednesday evening and Saturday mornings. Each three-hour workshop provides artists with the opportunity to work from a live model in a variety of short to medium duration poses. All serious artists interested in sketching from the model are invited to attend.
The Wednesday group meets from 7 – 10 p.m., and the Saturday group meets from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Space permitting, walk-in participation will be accommodated at a fee of $20 per session (call before attending). Photography, wet or dust producing media, and solicitation of models are prohibited.
If you are interested in joining the group as an artist or model, or would like more information about the show, contact the program director, Brian Beste, at 1-973-857-3098, or e-mail email@example.com .
The Watchung Arts Center is located at 18 Stirling Road, Watchung, on the circle between the Rescue Squad and Valley Furniture.
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