“In a Mind’s Eye” Presented by Artist David John Rush at the North County Branch Library in Clinton Sept 4-Sept 28

 

David John Rush will be exhibiting his masterful work in the art form called Chromatic Structuralism at the North County Branch Library located at 65 Halstead Street, Clinton, N J 08890.  The artist explores how color, geometry and image interact with each other by placing them side by side creating movement and illusion… teasing the “Mind’s Eye” of each viewer.

Free to the public, Rush’s work will be on display at the library from Tuesday, Sept 4 through Friday, Sept 28.  Hours are:  Mon, Fri & Sat:  9am-5pm.  Tues, Wed & Thur:  9am-9pm.  The library is closed on Sundays and on Mon, Sept 3 for Labor Day.   For more information contact the library at 908-730-6135 or www.hclibrary.us.

In addition to painting and exhibiting year round, Rush is an art instructor for the Mount Olive Recreation Department holding adult classes in watercolor and studio art.  Interested individuals can find more information on the Mt Olive Recreation website.    

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  1. 9087306135
Mon, September 24
9:00 am — 2:00 am
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David John Rush will be exhibiting his masterful work in the art form called Chromatic Structuralism at the North County Branch Library located at 65 Halstead Street, Clinton, N J 08890. The artist explores how color, geometry and image interact with each other by placing them side by side creating movement and illusion… teasing the “Mind’s Eye” of each ...

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