Join us for our Annual Members’ Art Show
Ring in this New Year with the joy and beauty of our Annual Members' Show! Twenty-nine works of art from members, new and old,
across the spectrum of mediums.
OPEN HOUSE Closing Reception
This Saturday March 6th, 2021
11AM - 7PM
Join us for the show and take home
a box of vegan treats by Anthony DeBenedictis.
Thank you to these members for helping us keep art alive in Atlantic Highlands.
2021 Members' Show Artists
Cheryl Auditor, photography
Andree Benoist, watercolor
Richard Buntzen, pastel
Rachel Cohen, mixed media
Bruce Cohn, digital photography
Tara "Twisted T" Collins, mixed media collage
Michael Cortese, mixed media
Justine DePalma, natural dye weaving
Dawn DiCicco, mixed media
Theresa Gjertsen, mixed media, digital and acrylic
Joy Hannan-Copanezos, mixed media miniature
Patricia Hart-Zackman, photography
Stanley Kramer, watermedia
Sheila Kramer, mixed media
Colleen Lineberry, oil and cold wax on wood
K. Dorsey Lucas, clay/mixed media
Ellen Martin, acrylic on paper
Heda Matiejunas, oil
Patricia Meko, oil
Steven Meko, photography on metal
Bob Milling, handwoven rayon/cotton scarf
Denise Mumm, collage, acrylic
Michele Rath, watercolor
Michael Scherfen, watercolor
Steven Solop, digital drawing
Jackie St. Angel, watercolor
Christopher Taylor, oil
Derek Thomson, copper
Carla Valentino, acrylic on found surfboard
Thank you artists!!
January 24th through March 6, 2021
Brian McCarty is a rural Sussex County, NJ native who has been painting in oil throughout his life. His paintings are beautifully executed rural and suburban landscapes.
He is a graduate of The Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art,
majoring in Graphic Design and
he also earned a BA in Art from the Thomas Edison State University
Brian has worked as a Graphic Designer for more than 35 years.
Brian also enjoys pencil drawing, pen & ink, and watercolor painting.
All of Brian's landscapes pictured below are available for sale
at the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council Gallery at 54 First Ave AH, NJ.
Reasonably priced from $45 - $400.
Our Windows are lit 24/7 so please stop by and see Brian's beautiful work.
Brian is on Facebook at Brian McCarty Art
and Instagram @brianmacc50
A rare opportunity to work with Dan Marshall online "live" in your own studio!
CLASSES START THIS WEEKEND!!!
Saturday, February 27th
Saturday March 6th
Sunday March 7th
10am-2pm each day
Hangout with Dan on Wednesday, March 3rd 7pm - 9pm
• 3 days - 4 hours/day of lectures/demonstrations
• 1 day- midweek 2 hour zoom meetup with Dan
• 2nd & 3rd day- morning, 20 min critique of selected student work
• Video recording available same day as the demo (with 30 day access)
•File sharing folder for demos, references and students work
We need a minimum of 10 students to run this class! Are you in?
If you're not familiar with Dan's work, check out the photo gallery below
or visit Dan at
and on Instagram @danmarshallart
Join our high school intern, Chris DeSantis, as he shares his knowledge of drawing cool creatures and bizarre beasts. Chris is a National Honor Art Student at Rumson Fair Haven High School, whose two collaborative pieces with artist Khalid El Morabethi
have been published in the French magazine, Encre[s] No 7.
FREE & FUN
OPEN TO STUDENTS
APPROPRIATE FOR AGES 9 & up!
FOUR SESSIONS AVAILABLE
Two Friday & Saturday afternoons in March!
Friday, March 19th & Saturday March 20th
Friday, March 26th & Saturday March 27th
3PM - 4PM on Zoom!
Each class can be taken independently of the previous sessions.
Have your paper, pencils and markers,
colored pencils OR pastels to draw your own creatures or
follow along with Chris!
REGISTER ONCE and take one class or all four
with the same Zoom Registration Link!
Four 1 hour sessions
Friday, March 19th
Saturday March 20th
Friday, March 26th
Saturday March 27th
REGISTER ONCE and
take one class or all 4!
CHECK OUT GALLERY BELOW
DAY 1 - LEARN TO DRAW
What we worked on during the first session and some of Chris' previous completed works, from scary beats to lovely pastels!
The mission of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is to strengthen community through the arts. We are a 100% volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that believes in the power of the arts to transform and enrich communities. Our primary function is to develop and execute events and arts related activities for the benefit of our community.
Atlantic Highlands Arts Council 54 First Ave AH, NJ 07716 Phone 732-291-1260
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