Upcoming Exhibitions

Fall Exhibitions

September 15 – November 4

Opening Reception: Friday, September 15 from 6 – 8 p.m.

Last First Dance: Lucas Kelly

Curated by Wes Sherman

Lucas Kelly has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States and Europe. He holds a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers. He currently is a professor in Visual Arts at Mercer County Community College in NJ, where he also serves as the Director of their gallery.

“18 Wheels” by Lucas Kelly

“Suburban Home” by Lucas Kelly









“Trusty Chords” by Lucas Kelly

“Plays Pretty for Baby” by Lucas Kelly








Synthesizing Nature

Curated by Cory E. Card and Wes Sherman

Synthesizing Nature is an invitational exhibition which explores the ongoing dialogue between nature and culture. The exhibition features work by 10 nationally and internationally acclaimed artists: Roberley Bell (Batavia, NY), Katrina Bello (Montclair, NJ), Tiffany Calvert (Louisville, KY), Colin Edgington (Tobyhanna, PA), Abraham Ferraro (Albany, NY), Nick Marshall (Rochester, NY), Jonathan Ricci (Robbinsville, NJ), Autumn Richardson (Cumbria, North England, UK) Richard Skelton (Cumbria, North England, UK), and Aaron Williams (Queens, NY). The work in the exhibition offers a diverse array of approaches to media and material including photography, painting, collage and sculpture. 

Alternate Realities
: Gary Godbee

Faculty Exhibition

Gary Godbee teaches Oil Painting, Portrait Drawing and Portrait Painting at The Center and holds a BFA in Painting from Boston University; studied at Brooklyn College and Montclair Museum School; taught at Art Students League and teaches at the Montclair Museum School. 

“Jersey City from Ellis Island” by Gary Godbee