Cathleen McCoy Bristol loves people and it shows in her painting. Believing people are as individual as snowflakes, she has always been fascinated by the variations in the human race. Her enjoyment of cultural differences among people has led her to explore diverse expressions of tradition and beauty. Her ambition is to portray the beauty of all peoples, and that the depth of human beauty is evident in this selection of her works. This is the inaugural exhibition in a new public art space in South Orange, Village Hallways, so named for the public spaces in the South Orange Village Hall offices on the third floor of 76 South Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ 07079. The exhibition is on view from February 7- March 21, 2019, during business hours, 9am- 4pm Monday- Friday. Learn more about Cathleen at: http://cathymccoybristol.webstarts.com/
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Earlier Event: February 5Black History Month Proclamation
Later Event: February 7Graham Russell Gao Hodges discusses his new book "BLACK New Jersey: 1664 to the Present"