Before Meghan Markle, American actress-turned princess, there was Grace Kelly.
Color has returned to the Jersey Shore after a bleak winter, thanks to new and reopened exhibits at art galleries up and down our coast.
Last week’s Met Gala — or what is generally referred to as “fashion’s biggest night out” — isn’t the only fashionable art game around.
Korean-American multi-media artist Mina Cheon uses anything from painting and sculpture to videos and installation to get her message across — a message that spans decades as well as continents.
Take some time to pause for art — or PAWS for Art — at WheatonArts in Millville. In collaboration with the South Jersey Regional Animal Shelter (CCSPCA), PAWS for Art, which runs from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 8, is a free annual event for people and their dogs that serves as an unofficia…
Those who have been bringing South Jersey the news for decades, working behind the scenes at newspapers, TV stations and more, are joining forces for a unique exhibit at Nashville North Studios
It’s said that when one door closes, another one opens. Such is the case with the Ocean City Fine Arts League, which, after nearly 20 years, closed the doors on the 600 block of Asbury Avenue at the end of last year.
The Somers Point Arts Commission encourages all to “love the arts,” just like they do in Philly and presumably other artsy locations, at the third annual Love the Arts event 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at Greate Bay Country Club.
At a quick and casual glance, a Nastassia Davis photograph can appear to be a light and happy image, filled with color and quirkiness, embedded with charm and panache.
The original premise of the annual Wine Tasting Art Show, presented by At The Shore and produced in concert by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority and Greater Atlantic City Concierge Association, was to provide scholarships for students either entering or already pursuing a career …
Some people — not everyone, and certainly not even many — are fortunate enough to have one great and satisfying career in a lifetime. Wendy Paton has had two.
Vineland native Greg Geraci sees things in his photos — things that he doesn’t necessarily notice with his naked eye.
Joe Lugara is ecstatic to have his first exhibit at the Noyes Gallery at the Claridge, where his latest series of photographs will be on display.
Two months is not nearly enough time to plan, design and organize an art exhibit that showcases a lifetime’s worth of works. But two months is all that Steve Kuzma had to develop “The Inspired Art of Steve Kuzma; an exhibition of illustrations and paintings,” which opens Tuesday, Jan. 9, at …