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Elysia Forsyth: "At War With Myself: Mind vs Heart" Artist Exhibition

Art exhibition on the Main Lobby by local artist Elysia Forsyth as part of Women's Empowerment Month! Opening night on Friday, May 13 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Free and open to the public.

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Elysia Forsyth: "At War With Myself: Mind vs Heart" Artist Exhibition
Elysia Forsyth: "At War With Myself: Mind vs Heart" Artist Exhibition

Time & Location

May 07, 2022, 10:00 AM – Jul 17, 2022, 11:59 PM

Jersey Shore Arts Center - Main Lobby, 66 S Main St, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756, USA

About the Event

The Jersey Shore Arts Center welcomes Elysia Forsyth's most recent art exhibition, "At War with Myself: Mind vs. Heart," in the Main Lobby from May 7th to July 17th. Opening night is Friday, May 13th, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Opening night and Elysia Forsyth's exhibition is free and open to the public as part of the nonprofit mission to provide Jersey Shore communities with accessible cultural engagement in the arts. For more information, visit

"My name is Elysia Forsyth. I am a local fine artist from the small town of Point Pleasant. I graduated from The Fashion Institute of Technology in 2008, with my Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts. I am currently working in acrylic paint on large canvases. I consider the style I work in to be Pop Art. I am inspired by many things for my art. I get my inspiration from trips i have taken. I am also inspired by past and present popular culture.

I have been lucky enough to have had a few group gallery shows in Asbury in 2013. I also had the privilege of painting a large scale mural at a well known factory called Johns Manville in Edison, NJ in 2015. I also donate my time to charity as often as i can. I was in “The Painted Chair” auction in 2014 raising money for The Lustgarten Foundation. I have painted window art for “Paint The Town PINK” at the Manasquan Savings bank in 2016. Along with many other small auction donations for smaller groups.

I have come along way and I am still growing as an artist. I am working daily to continue to make inspirational works. I hope to keep sharing my talent with the world."

“Life is Art Paint Your Dreams”

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