Suburban Artist Guild
The exhibit will run from Sunday Nov. 6 - Friday Nov. 25 with the reception on Sunday Nov. 6 from 1-3 pm.
The Suburban Artist Guild (“SAG”) is an informal organization that provides a supportive environment for artists, creating 2-dimensional work, in the central New Jersey area. It has been in existence since 1963, and currently focuses on providing artists a forum to exchange artistic ideas, grow in their knowledge of technical, theoretical, and historical aspects of art, and to foster an appreciation of the arts by, and for, the general public. SAG members exhibit expertise in watercolor, oils, pen/ink and acrylic painting, color pencil, graphite, pastel, and charcoal drawing. Many member artists belong to professional artist organizations.
SAG holds monthly meetings on the second Friday of each month (unless there’s a holiday, then a meeting is the week before or after), from 2-4pm at the East Brunswick Public Library meeting room 3. The meetings include mini-workshops and/or demos of a variety of artist techniques, all presented by experienced artists from around the state. SAG also organizes local group exhibits, as well as individuals at a local restaurant. For information, contact Selena Palmer at 732 254 3113, or Paula Feifer at 732 238 0800.
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