By April W. Klimley, Art Critic
June isn’t just for weddings, beach time or boating. The month has also brings with it a rebirth of creative energy and a potpourri of fine art openings, exhibitions, street art and murals. In fact, there’s so much to see—and so many exhibition openings— that it may be hard to decide what to see each weekend or even during the week. Let me help you decide by giving you a preview of what’s going on during the first half of the month.
This coming weekend there are two key openings taking place on the central part of the Shore. One takes place in Red Bank (June 6), the other in Shrewsbury (June 7).
Saturday June 6 head for the Art Alliance in Red Bank which is holding its final exhibit of the season—The Ebba Osborne Memorial Award Exhibition. A reception runs from 6 pmto 8 pm opening night with music and refreshments in the back room. The exhibit focuses on two themes—“Dreamy” and “Interior”—and a $100 prize will be awarded to the Best in Show. Asbury Park photographic artists Tom and Lois White are judging the exhibit. Their work will be on display in the Alliance windows.admin | Filed under: April W. Klimley, Art, Opinion | Tags: April Klimley, April W. Klimley, April's Art Column, Atlantic Highlands, Middletown, Middletown Library, Mike Scherfen, Monmouth Beach Cultural Center, Penelope Breen, Red Bank, Second Story Art Gallery, Shrewsbury, The Art Alliance, The Ebba Osborne Memorial Award Exhibition, The Guild of Creative Art | 1 Comment »