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Edison Arts Society Presents - Life in Art; Illustration to Abstraction


EAS is so pleased to present a magnificent visual art exhibit of Ray Skibinski's abstract pieces.  Ray is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design and attended The School of Visual Arts both in New York.  He is also a published illustrator whose work has appeared in many prominent publications, national magazines and newspapers.

He has taught drawing and watercolor at the Somerset Art Association in Bedminster, NJ, the Edison Adult School, The Edison Arts Society and Ollie-RU Learning Institute.  

"The aim of Abstract are is to stimulate an emotional reaction to the juxtaposition of line and color, light and dark, texture and space, tension and vitality which they create.  It is truly a personal and creative experience," believes Mr. Skibinski.

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The official opening of the exhibit on Wednesday, July 12 at 6:30 pm at the Edison Arts Gallery, Edison Town Hall,  100 Municipal Bldg., (3rd floor) in Edison.  The exhibit will be in place until August 18, 2017.

"We are thrilled to have this exceptional exhibit at the EAS Gallery."  Please join us for some light refreshments on Wednesday, July 12, 2017.  Ms. Dittman would also like to mention that membership is still open.   The EAS has provided scholarships to three art students this year.  One in Edison High School, one at J. P. Stevens HS and one at Middlesex County College.  Come and enjoy the beauty that surrounds us."


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