"Winter' Art Exhibit Reception - Farmstead Arts Center

Winter  – an exhibition on snowy scenes and winter landscapes – showcases the talents of New Jersey artists.  Many of the works are for sale. 

Reception - Sunday, November 17 1-4 pm

Enjoy light refreshments, meet many of the artists. Free admission.

Exhibiting artists include:

Wendy Bellermann of Maplewood         Barbara Hornstra of Branchville
Jean Best of Bedminster                        Lauren Kaiser of Montclair
Cathy DesRochers of Somerset             Doug Schiller of Warren
David DesRochers of Somerset              Roberta C. Scott of Middlesex
Harmony Dougher of Berkeley Heights   Martine M. White of Basking Ridge
Richard Earl of Westfield

Contact Information
  1. Taya Ros
  2. 908 636 7576
  3. admin@farmsteadarts.org
Sun, November 17
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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Winter – an exhibition on snowy scenes and winter landscapes – showcases the talents of New Jersey artists. Many of the works are for sale.

Reception - Sunday, November 17 1-4 pm

Enjoy light refreshments, meet many of the artists. Free admission.

Exhibiting artists include:

Wendy Bellermann of Maplewood Barbara Hornstra of Branchville
Jean Best of Bedminster ...

450 King George Road Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

Farmstead Arts Center - Farm House

450 King George Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

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