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Artists' Reception "Colours" to be Held at ACL Gallery

Shown with a poster are co-chairpersons: Vivian Olshen and Irene Feigen, preparing to distribute posters for the Art at the Oval event. Credits: ACL Gallery

LIVINGSTON, NJ - The public is invited to the ACL Gallery’s “COLOURS" Exhibit and Wine and Cheese Reception, on Friday, Sept. 12, from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm, at  2110 Town Center Way, Livingston. Refreshments will be served.

Guests and featured artists will enjoy music by Lori Rothbard and mingle and discuss the original works of art.

In addition, the Arts Council of Livingston is preparing for the annual art exhibit and sale, Art at the Oval – 2014, which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 21, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Memorial Park Oval.  Events will include fine art and crafts, a children’s art workshop by art educator, Barbara Sax, face painting and tattoos by Livingston Key Club, music by: the Radiance Chamber Ensemble; pianist, Lori Rothbard; and Chamber for a Cause. Food by Livingston Bagel will be available. Artists interested in participating can obtain applications at ACL Gallery at the Town Center or call Vivian Olshen at (973) 992-1950.

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