March 2024 in the Gallery

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Opening Reception is March 3rd from 1-4 PM
The March show will be on view through March 26th.
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Studio – Members Choice Theme – “Childhood”
Studio – Youth Art Month display

February is a special month of love and caring for what we all love – the Guild. It is not only a beautiful, historic building but every year it brings forth a new generation of enthusiastic young artists.
March celebrates these artists in Youth Art Month of March (YAM). The Guild exhibits our young artists on the first and second floors with imaginative ideas and golden paintings.
Please visit us during March to enjoy our amazing artists. You’ll be so impressed – and leave with a smile – maybe you’ll even want to paint something yourself!
Our children’s art program is offered year-round. We also offer birthday parties, special holiday painting parties, and classes for all to enjoy. Check our website for the new Kids Pizza and Paint series.
Hope to see you soon!
Love, Miss Alison and Students

Gallery 1 & 2 – Cheryl Godley – “Visions of Cheryl”

Cheryl Godley, an artist with a passion for drawing, will be showcasing her work in galleries 1 and 2 during the month of March. The exhibition, titled, “Visions of Cheryl”, will feature works created by the members of the Life Drawing Tuesday Group that Cheryl oversees. In addition to these collaborative pieces, Cheryl will also be displaying her own series of faces. Her artistic style incorporates various mediums such as watercolor, crayons, and paint resulting in mixed media pieces that explore a diverse range of subjects. Cheryl is a longstanding member of the OCAG and this exhibition serves as a platform to share her artistic vision.
Cheryl has honed her skills through classes at the OCAG, learning from Joe Rogin and Elaine Sgambati. She has shown her work at the Garden State Distillery in Toms River. Cheryl’s passion for teaching and inclusivity is evident through her role as an instructor at ARC, where she organizes paint parties for special needs individuals.

Pop-up – Paul Miller, Mosaics

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