“Faces And Places” Solo Exhibit Of Pastels And Oils By Dolores J. Brink

Cattus Island, Toms-River by Dolores J. Brink

Cattus Island, Toms River by Dolores J. Brink

ROSELLE PARK – “Faces and Places” a solo exhibit of pastel and oil artworks by Roselle Park resident, Dolores J. Brink will be on display at the Casano Community Center Gallery through Oct. 15. There will be a reception to meet the artist on Wednesday, Sept. 15, from 6–8 p.m.

Mannequin on Royal-St., New Orleans by Dolores J. Brink

Brink has been creating art for over 30 years. She says, “I enjoy capturing and becoming part of the moment, then painting my interpretation of what I see at that time. There are so many luscious and magnificent colors in our everyday experiences that sometimes go unnoticed in our hurried lives. I am also inspired and fascinated by the individual characteristics of each face that I see. With my art I am hoping to relate to the viewer the feelings I had for each subject as I painted it and for the color as I see it.”


A life long resident of Roselle Park, Brink is a graduate of the duCret School of Art, where she has been an instructor since 1991. She has studied figure with Pauline Lorenz at the Center for Visual Arts in Summit. She has also studied with Impressionist artist, Joseph Dawley, Portraiture with portrait artist Dr. Furman Finck, and Pastel with Daniel Greene, Albert Handell, and Rhoda Yanow.

Tuscany Countryside by Dolores J. Brink

The Casano Community Center is located in downtown Roselle Park and is a gathering place for the whole Roselle Park community with programs for senior citizens during the day, and activities throughout the year for all ages. The Casano Community Center and the Art Gallery hours are Monday – Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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