The Art Advisory Committee of Millburn and Short Hills celebrates artists with its “Landmarks” show for the 19th year. Featuring artists who photograph, paint, fuse glass, work in clay, pastel, and graphite, the AAC curated show honors the talents of 19th and 20th-century artists for one month at the Millburn Free Public Library.

This year, daring and color-splashed Maps by Ben Rizzo are contrasted against one dozen century-old black and white dramatic life-size photos of New Jersey circa 1896-1920 by Photographer Captain William F. Cone.
In addition, destinations of artists’ real and imagined landmarks explore vibrant colors and life spilling out from William Cone’s urban scenes following into countryside magic. AAC honors the ten artists and collectors who have lent their work to this show.
The show is up until October 30. It is open during library hours.