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Art Show Opening At Watchung Arts Center On May 4

May 1, 2014 at 8:47 PM

WARREN, NJ - The Watchung Arts Center will be presenting  the annual members show of  the Contemporary Art Group in its Upper Gallery .The exhibition will be on display from May 1 -May 29. An opening reception will be held on Sunday May 4, from  1-4 p.m.

Participating artists include: Victor Barber, Natalie Becker, Bess Birrell, Millicent Brody, Joy Ann Cabanos, Virginia Carroll, Karen Castano, Barbara Kaminska Eddy, Michael Endy, Paul Federico, Maryann Ficker, Fran Franklin, Diane Gallo, Mel Holsten, Theresa Hood, Maxine King, Avi Kiriakatis, Constantine Kiriakatis, Don Kuhn, Linda Lam, Ed Lara, Sheilia Lenga, Tracey Luckner, Margaret McCrary-Anderson, Charles T. Miller, Monica Schreiber -Otero, Tom Perri, Renee Post, Eugene Prial, Linnea Rhodes, Bob Sharen, Dorothy Siclare, Cecilly Sullivan, Jim Temple, Barbara Uhr, Rosalia Verdun, Kerrie Wandlass, Margareta Warlick, Cynthia Weiss and Gail Winbury.

The Contemporary Art Group is a non-profit, collegial organization of working artists who meet on a regular basis at Watchung Arts Center and exhibit their work together. CAG is a supportive group where there is  mutual respect among members, where members exchange ideas ,provide information about exhibit opportunities and share their own artistic development. More information about Contemporary Art Group  can be found at contemporary art

The Watchung Arts Center is located on the circle at 18 Stirling Road, Watchung, NJ. The Gallery is open Tues.-Fri. noon-5pm and Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m . For more information go to or call 908)753-0190.

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