Welcome to my new site!
Development will be in progress this month and beyond.
But first, check this link for the Prince Street Gallery:
(The links are also available by clicking on the names on the right of this page)
My artwork is one of the 4 which are featured on the front page.
It is the charcoal drawing with a ladder in it.
The title of the artwork is Good Friday 2009.
The other featured artworks (in order of appearance) are by photographer Aubrey Kaufmann, Mel Leipzig, who teaches at Mercer County Community College, and Marge Miccio, another Trenton artist.
These are all part of the Trenton Makes show, a 2 part exhibition by TAWA, the Trenton Artists Workshop Association, juried by nationally published art critic and artist Gerard Haggerty.
The other part of the exhibition is showing concurrently at Ellarslie, the Trenton City Museum, and will be up until September 1. (See
www.ellarslie.org for location and information)
The Prince Street Gallery show is up until August 18: There will be a closing reception on that day, Saturday August 18, from 4-6. (Note that the Prince Street Gallery is now on 25th Street: See www.princestreetgallery.com for more information.)
They are both wonderful shows with a diverse assortment of artwork.
I have a piece in each show. Although I have showed many times at Ellarslie, and I have had pieces in informal or academic shows in NY (Such as my MFA show at Queens College), this is my first showing of a piece at New York Gallery!
If you can come, remember to sign the guest book – If you can make it to the closing, I am looking forward to seeing you there!
Nancy C Zamboni
The poster includes the names of the artists and thumbnails of their artwork.
More information about both shows can be also be found at the TAWA website, tawa-nj.blogspot.com/2012/06/trenton-makes-artists-selections-made.html (The link can also be accessed at the top right of this page, under blogroll.)
To join my Exhibition/artwork email list, see CONTACT INFORMATION, above. You can also receive automatic updates through Follow.
Future posts and site updates will include more information about the Ellarslie show, photos from both shows, pictures of artwork, and more!