The opening receptions for the ALC Winter 2019-2020 group show and the Celeste Fondaco solo show took place on December 8th. A holiday boutique and a 6×6-in. show and sale were part of the group show reception.
The artwork in the solo show, group show, and the 6×6-in. show will remain on view in the Chatham Township Municipal Building through March 27.
Newly elected Chatham Township Committeewomen Stacey Ewald and Celeste Fondaco at Celeste’s solo show.
Helena Axelrod looking at artwork in the the 6×6-in. show.
Robert Frommer serving his freshly made cannolis.
Deborah Fennelly with her artistically painted Christmas balls
Joanne Petuchovas selling her artwork and cards to Diane Mann and Dennis McKee
Rosemary Howlett, ALC exhibits cochair and past president, standing in front of her winter mural in the entrance of the Chatham Township Municipal Building.
Chatham Township Committeewoman Tracy Smith Ness, Celeste Fondaco, and Ellie Culver at Celeste’s solo exhibit.
The Opening Reception of the ALC Friends and Family Winter Show, Sunday, Dec. 8, from 2 to 4 p.m.
at the Chatham Township Municipal Building, 58 Meyersville Road, Chatham Township.
The reception will feature a holiday boutique, a show and sale of 6×6-in. artworks for holiday gifts, a solo show of paintings by Celeste Fondaco, as well as an exhibit of works by the general membership and invited guests.
After studying ﬁne art, Susan became an Illustrator, giftware designer and free-lance artist. Throughout the years, she has taught art classes and workshops in area libraries and after school programs. She enjoys working with mixed media collage, metal, and acrylics. She also prefers to work in an abstract impressionist style, and usually does not plan ahead to keeps things exciting!
She is the co-leader of Artmatters in Washington Township Morris, a member of Drew Art Association, and Art League of the Chathams.
Susan has self-published a series of photo books called Skippy ChipMunk for young children and now makes author visits to nursery and elementary schools. See her website for this at www.SkippyChipMunk.com.
The opening reception will be held Sunday, June 9, from 2:15 to 4 p.m. in the Lundt Meeting Room at the library.
The artwork will remain on view at the library through Friday, June 28.
Members who wish to participate should send in the entry form included in the prospectus. The prospectus was recently emailed to the membership and can also be downloaded here: June Library Show Prospectus.
I am an estate planning attorney who loves to write, paint, make Christmas ornaments and photograph people and places. Art and creativity have always been part of my life and I am thrilled to be part of an organization that supports the arts.
The opening reception of ALC’s Winter Friends and Family Show Dec. 9 featured a holiday boutique, a show and sale of 6×6-in. artworks, and a celebration of the league’s 30th anniversary, as well as a solo show of watercolors by Betsy Mirabelli and a group show by members and guest exhibitors.
The solo show in the Lundt-Glover Gallery, and the group and mini shows in the strolling gallery, will remain on display in the Chatham Township Municipal Building through March 11.
A 30th anniversary cake was shared with reception-goers.
Charter members (L-R) Suzanne Casterlin, Ed Schuh, and Kathy Havens.
Betsy Mirabelli at her solo show exhibit.
Some of Betsy Mirabelli’s paintings.
Harpist Merynda Adams played at Betsy Mirabelli’s opening reception.
Ed and Rosemary Schuh at Deborah Fennelly’s boutique table.