STOCKTON, N.J. — New Jersey Equine Artists’ Association’s eighth biennial national juried show and sale, “NJEAA Art of the Horse,” opened with a public reception on May 20 in an historic saw mill in Prallsville Mills.
The historic site, that now serves the arts community and cultural events is located at 33 Risler Street, (Route 29) Stockton, N.J. The Delaware & Raritan Canal towpath runs behind the complex. Mules once pulled barges up and down the canal.
The art exhibit will be on display through Friday, June 15 and will be open Thursdays through Sundays, 11 a.m.to 4 p.m. or by appointment. Visitors can vote for their favorite piece.
NJEAA has hosted the biennial national juried event since 2002. This is their second time at Prallsville Mills. The show features painting, sculpture and photography of horses at work, sport and play, in the wild and in dreams, by some of the finest equine artists working today.
NJEAA provides information, education and networking opportunities for its members whether beginners or professionals. To learn more contact Barnes at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 908-284-9751 and like NJEAA on Facebook.
To know more about Prallsville Mills, facilities and opportunities visit www.prallsvillemill.org.
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