Great Art in Support of duCret
First class traditional paintings from a well-known private collection being sold to raise money for School.
Sunday, February 25th from to 4 pm
The Watchung Arts Center, 18 Stirling Road, Watchung, NJ, is excited to announce a second reception event for their February exhibition in the Heinz W. Otto gallery upstairs, “Great Art in Support of duCret.” We are holding a second reception and sale at the Watchung Arts Center on February 25th from 1 pm to 4 pm.
Room for negotiation with the prices! Bring your check book or credit cards. This sale highlights works in oil, watercolor and other media, largely focusing on traditional and representational landscapes, seascapes and interiors.
Founded in 1926, the duCret School of Art is the oldest arts school in New Jersey. For 92 years duCret has nurtured many local artists as well as art collectors. The studio-based classroom experience enables students to study basics in composition, design and color theory and to prepare their own professional portfolio.
The duCret building in Plainfield, NJ was originally built in 1896 by the George Strong family and was later converted into a school in the 1930's by the Wardlaw-Hartridge School. Since duCret’s purchase of the building in 1970 the house has been a site for the preservation and promotion of fine art.
“The Watchung Arts Center is excited and proud to be offering our viewing audience a chance to see and purchase works of such talent at excellent prices,” states Mr. Pinkman, the VP of Visual Arts Programming. “It isn’t often we get to exhibit an exceptional collection of paintings and drawings like this and in support of such a great art institution.”
The Watchung Arts Center at 18 Stirling Road in Watchung, NJ 07069 offers new art exhibitions each month, performances of music, comedy, improv and classes for children and adults. Contact them at email@example.com or call 908-753-0190 for more information.
For more information about the exhibition, visit the Watchung Arts Center website at www.watchungarts.org or call the curator,
Paul Pinkman, at 908-625-1571.