SUMMIT, NJ - Fusing art and music, artist Su-Hua Chen Low's colorful and vibrant works entitled 'Fractured Symphony' are now on display at The Hat Tavern. One of three, curated annual exhibitions resulting through a partnership between The HAT Tavern and Reeves-Reed Arboretum, 'Fractured Symphony' will be the centerpiece of a 'meet the artist' reception March 9, from 6 - 8 p.m. at The HAT Tavern.

Originally born and trained in Taiwan, Su-Hua Chen Low’s art has a 'musical sense of rhythm', with the artist incorporating deconstructed pieces of actual string instruments to her canvas creating a collage construction that bears witness to the essence of the object rather than reflecting the actual instrument.

Su-Hua Chen Low possesses a strong and deep love of visual imagery. Her foundation of Western and Chinese training comes from Taiwan master artists Shih-Ciao Li and Ke-Me Li. Influenced by different styles and contemporary trends, her works are touched by the Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, Fauvism, and the construction and beauty of Abstract Expressionism.

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“I want the people who look at my paintings to get pleasure and beauty from them.  I want to make it easier for them to experience something deeper and richer each time they visit a painting, and to be happier because of it.”

All displayed works are for sale, with the artist will donating 30% of each purchase to Reeves-Reed Arboretum. For information about the exhibit, contact

The HAT Tavern is located within The Grand Summit Hotel at 570 Springfield Avenue.