Join us after work and before dinner for a fun event featuring an artist talk and demo with exhibiting “Figurative Dialect” artist Allen Bentley and the dancers he works with in making his artwork.
Please join us for the closing artist talks of “Figurative Dialect”! We will have time for mingling with the artists following their talks.
Please join us for a special event Tuesday, July 9, featuring exhibiting artists talks with Michele Riche and Daniel Morowitz. Enjoy margaritas while taking in the current exhibition and chatting with the artists following the talk.
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“Ingenious Prospects” is a collective exhibition as a proposition on describing in today’s society a variety of ways to interpret our environment in a conceptual, mystical and romantic approach
The twelve exhibiting artists describe their own mystical experiences left by land scape, reflecting into the modern and visual attitude toward it.
Exhibition runs through Saturday, April 13, 2019
Please join us at Novado Gallery for “REFERENTIAL”
Opening with an artist reception on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 6:30-9pm.
The exhibition features paintings by four artists: Yang Cao, David Samuel Stern, Lacey McKinney and Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern, whose different backgrounds are united by using visual arts as REFERENTIAL to present an image as narrative. Their use of the human form is a signifier of language, used to interpret society’s past, present and possible future. Within these artworks, we may reveal ourselves in coexistence within the duality of our subconscious and what we reflect to society.
The exhibition runs through Saturday, December 1, 2018.
Opening has been rescheduled to Saturday July 28 due to the weather.
Please join us at Novado Gallery, beginning with a 7-10 reception June 9 as we host the ISC Residency at Mana Contemporary exhibition.
About the show:
ISC’s Residents @ Mana Contemporary Carole Hallé, Jessica Taylor Hale, Christina Dietz, and Dominic Sansone are showcasing what they created during their residency and what they have been up to since. With the vulnerability and precarity that can be evoked throughout all artists work, Permutations of Vulnerability
Sat, June 2, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Novado Gallery - 110 Morgan St, Jersey City, NJ
This year’s Gala will be held in the Novado Gallery with a fantastic evening planned of music alongside artwork. Masterful solo/duo performances throughout the evening will showcase music hand-picked to compliment the different visual artists on display at Novado. We are looking forward to a beautiful evening of music, art, food, and drink!
Con Vivo Music’s annual Gala supports our mission to present world-class chamber music concerts free throughout Jersey City. We hope you will join us and bring the gift of music to our community.
Event and Ticket Info
7:00pm door, 7:30pm performance
music performances and silent auction, plus complimentary drinks and light food
Purchase Your Tickets Online – or at the door
$35 – “Friend” – general seating during performances
$75 – “Patron” – complimentary champagne and reserved seating during performances
Parking in an adjacent lot is available for an additional $8 fee.
Tuesday May 29 at 7pm, Candy Le Sueur will give a talk about her works in her current exhibition, "Between Consciousness and Dreams", featuring the artist's atmospheric oil on canvas landscapes, gesturally marked abstractions, and softly structured monotypes. Le Sueur's work occupies the place that feels familiar, like a fleeting memory of place that has been more emotionally connected than physically connected. Her creative and atmospheric landscapes are have often been compared to the works of J.M.W. Turner.
Please join us at Novado Gallery on Saturday, April 28 from 7-9pm to celebrate the opening of 3 solo exhibitions:
- Candy Le Sueur: "Between Consciousness and Dreams", featuring her dreamy atmospheric landscapes in oil on canvas and monotypes.
- Sandra DeSando: "In the Swim: Islands and Streams", featuring the artist's multiple panel-paintings that are symbolic of her recollections of the Hudson River, the Highlands, the Great Swamp and Coastal Plains Aquifers.
- Sunil Garg: "Cause of Visible Things", large-scale computer programmed light installations in the south-east gallery wing, transforming the space with reflection, color, movement and shadows.