Karen Bright – Throughline Work on Paper
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About the Event
The expansive lobby of the Jersey Shore Arts Center is currently home to a year-long retrospective of work by Monmouth University professor and visual artist Karen Bright.
This retrospective, highlighting 42 years of the artist’s work, will officially open on Friday, October 23rd, and initially present Bright’s work on paper. In March of 2021, the exhibition will change over to Bright’s more recent work in painting and sculpture, on view through September 4th of 2021.
We are thrilled to have Karen Bright exhibit at the JSAC. Karen infuses the raw power of nature into her art, and the results are always surprising and spectacular. —Nichole Nappi, Executive Director, Jersey Shore Arts Center
Also on display at this exhibit will be The Transformer and The Climate Shelter, two key components of Just Beachy/After Sandy, an installation on climate change that intertwines elements of found nature, geodesic design, and digital media which was introduced last fall as part of Bright’s Throughline exhibit at Monmouth University. A digital interpretation titled Hurricane by Monmouth University Assistant Professor, Amanda Stojanov will also been on view inside The Climate Shelter. The final design of the Climate Shelter was conceived by both Karen Bright and Amanda Stojanov.
The exhibition is free and open to the public as part of our 501©3 nonprofit mission to support local art and artists. No advanced registration is required for the opening reception. Due to COVID-19 restrictions on capacity, all attendees much pre-register. To view the exhibition, visit http://bit.ly/BRI-JSAC to obtain a free, timed ticket. Additional private viewing times outside of posted times can be accommodated by contacting the artist directly at email@example.com. All attendees must wear masks to gain entry into the building. Jersey Shore Arts Center welcomes donations of support. Funds raised by this exhibition will go towards funding similar exhibitions given by local artists.