The ALC Spring Show, which opened on March 20, features a Wall of Sunflower Art, to display the league’s solidarity with Ukraine, and Sally Abbott’s “Covid Series” solo exhibit.
The sunflower art, the solo exhibit paintings, and artwork by the general membership will all remain on display and on sale Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Chatham Township Municipal Building, 58 Meyersville Road, Chatham Township until summer.
Part of the proceeds from the sunflower art will be donated to UNICEF for its emergency response effort in Ukraine.
Below are scenes from the Opening Reception of the Spring Show.
Celeste Fondaco with artist friend Jill Caparoso of Ocean Grove in front of Celeste’s “Sunflowers” painting. Celeste organized the Sunflower Wall.
Greg Smith of Chatham and Beverly Henderson of Long Valley viewing Dennis McKee’s “Sunflowers,” one of the sunflower paintings on sale to benefit UNICEF’s emergency response effort in Ukraine.
Susanne Ackerman of West Orange purchased John McHale’s “Sunflowers” painting.
Sally Abbott with paintings at her solo exhibit, “Covid Series,” in the Lundt-Glover Gallery.
Sally Abbott with Matthew Zabiegala, a professional tenor, who sang and played the keyboard at the opening reception of her solo show in the Lundt-Glover Gallery.
Alice Cutler of Morristown and Alexandria Saulich of Gladstone looking at “Atlantic City,” a painting by Leina’ala Schwartz.
Celeste Fondaco with her oil painting “Poppy.”
Barbara and Monty Montague of Chatham. Barbara is a new member of the league.
Part of the Sunflower Wall artwork to benefit UNICEF’s emergency response effort in Ukraine.
ALC members are displaying their sunflower artwork on this page in solidarity with Ukraine.
There will also be a special area at the upcoming Spring Show displaying members’ sunflower art.
The Opening Reception for the Spring Show is Sunday, March 20, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Chatham Township Municipal Building, 58 Meyersville Road, Chatham Township.
The art will remain on display at the building until summer.
“Sunflowers” by Celeste Fondaco (oil)
“Sunflowers I” by Pam Gosner (acrylic)
“Sunflowers II” by Pam Gosner (acrylic)
“Ukraine” by Dennis McKee (acrylic, gouache}
“Sunflowers” by Dennis McKee (oil)
“Sunflowers,” by Kathy Havens (photograph)
“Sunflowers in Blue Pot” by Susan Adler (pastel)
“Sunflowers in Gold Cup” by Susan Adler (pastel)
“Sunflowers” by Susan Adler (oil)
“In Solidarity” by Nancy Kingman (oil)
“Field of Dreams for Ukraine” by Larry Kerner (Photograph)
“Sunflowers for Peace in Ukraine” by Larry Kerner (photograph)
“Sunflower no.1” by June Fisher-Markowitz (watercolor)
“Sunflower no.2” by June Fisher-Markowitz (watercolor)
“Farmhouse Sunflowers” by Susan Scarince Jones (oil)
“Sunflowers” by Emy Hyans (pastel)
“Sunflowers” by Nancy Kingman (oil)
“Sunflower,” by Linda Kimler (photograph)
“Sunflower” by Ken Spilker (watercolor)
The Opening Reception of the ALC Spring Show will be held Sunday, March 20, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Chatham Township Municipal Building, 58 Meyersville Road, Chatham Township.
The show will feature “SALLY ABBOTT: COVID SERIES,” a solo exhibit of acrylic paintings on canvas, in the Lundt-Glover Gallery and an exhibit of artwork by the ALC general membership in the strolling galleries.
“Still Life with Social Distancing,” a 10×30-inch acrylic on canvas by Sally Abbott, will be in her solo exhibit in the Lundt-Glover Gallery at the Art League of the Chathams’ Spring Show.
The Opening Reception for the solo show in the Lundt-Glover Gallery will feature Matt Zabiegala, a popular musician and professional tenor, who will play the keyboard and sing, masked and following Covid protocols.
“Quarantine View from My Window,” a 30×40-inch acrylic on canvas by Sally Abbott, will be in her solo exhibit in the Lundt-Glover Gallery at the Art League of the Chathams’ Spring Show.
The show is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible. All reception attendees aged 5 and older must be vaccinated against Covid-19. Everyone must wear masks inside the building.
Artwork in both shows will remain on view at the municipal building, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., until summer.
Maia Kumari will give a gallery talk, entitled “Animating Art,” Monday, March 7, from 2 to 3 p.m. at her exhibit, “Moving Light,” in the Lundt-Glover Gallery at the Chatham Township Municipal Building.
She will discuss taking art into the digital realm, incorporating virtual reality and NFTs (art sold in the cryptocurrency market).
The talk is free and open to the public.
The municipal building is located at 58 Meyersville Road in Chatham Township.
Attendees are asked to adhere to Covid protocols in place at the building at that time.