Scotch Plains Artist to Feature Works in New Multimedia Exhibit at Metuchen’s Nails In The Wall Gallery

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Metuchen, NJ --  Adrian Guiliani, a Scotch Plains artist, will present her paintings in the new exhibit “EarthAirFireWater: Elements/Sacraments” at Nails in the Wall, a Metuchen exhibition space sponsored by St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.  The opening and artist’s reception for the exhibit will be held on Saturday, September 19, from 2-5pm, at the Gallery’s location at 17 Oak Avenue in Metuchen, NJ.

“EarthAirFireWater: Elements/Sacraments” will feature 50 multimedia pieces - including three-dimensional works, collage, paintings, mosaic, video, and photography - from 29 local and national artists.  While much of the work in the exhibit is non-denominational, there are pieces that distinctly reflect the sensibility of different faith traditions and spiritual points of view.  Attendees of the event will have the opportunity to meet most of the exhibiting artists and hear presentations about their work.

Included in the exhibit will be works by John Langdon from Erwinna, PA, who created images for both Dan Brown’s best-selling book and the film “Angels and Demons”, which starred Tom Hanks.

The opening reception for “EarthAirFireWater: Elements/Sacraments” will take place at Nails in the Wall, the Gallery at St. Luke’s, on Saturday, September 19 from 2-5pm.  The exhibit will run from 9/19 through 12/31.  Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 9am-2pm, Saturday 4-6pm, and Sunday 11am-2pm.  For further information, please visit the Gallery website www.nailsinthewall.com or contact Linda Vonderschmidt-LaStella, Director at 732.322.6512 or EarthsongsCeramicStudio@gmail.com.

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