RAHWAY – A solo exhibition of paintings by Polish-born artist Anna Feld is now on display at LightSoundSpace, a new culture and music space located at 1591 Irving Street, in the heart of the downtown Rahway Arts District.
The public is invited to attend a free reception on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 6-8 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
Immediately following the reception at 8 p.m., renowned jazz pianist Jean-Michel Pilc will perform on the celebrated Fazioli piano. The concert is free, but reservations are recommended, as seating is limited. Call 1-917-371-7807 to make a reservation.
Feld shows a variety of painting styles, including representational landscapes, still-life oil paintings, and abstract compositions. The art exhibit will be on view through Dec. 23. Artworks are available for purchase.
An award-winning artist, Feld has exhibited regionally at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, NY, The Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center and The National Academy Museum in New York City, as well as numerous other galleries and institutions.
Feld creates painting and drawings in all media, focusing mainly on oil, and paints and draws a wide variety of subjects, including portraits, still-life, animals and landscapes. She trained in New York City at the Art Student League and the National Academy of Design under, among others, Serge Hollerbach and Thomas Fogarty. Her work is included in many private collections. To learn more, visit www.annafeld.com.
Pilc is a master of improvisational jazz. He has performed with greats in the music field such as Roy Haynes, Michael Brecker, Dave Liebman, Jean Toussaint, Rick Margitza, Martial Solal, Michel Portal, Daniel Humair, Marcus Miller, Kenny Garrett, and many others. He has also worked with Harry Belafonte as his musical director and pianist.
Pilc has performed as a trio with Francois Moutin (bass) and Ari Hoenig (drums). As a group, Pilc, Moutin, and Hoenig have played live and released a number of recordings over the years. Pilc has additionally released many solo albums. Pilc is a faculty member in the music department at NYU’s Steinhardt School and at the New School in New York City.
“Our new multi-faceted space has been created for the pursuit of the leisure of experiencing music and art in a relaxed social environment,” said Peabody Award-winning and Latin Grammy-nominated radio and record producer Jim Luce.
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