Novado Gallery presents 3 environmentally concept driven exhibitions opening Saturday, April 28 with a reception from 7pm-9pm.
Sunil Garg's, "Cause of Visible Things" features the sculptor's immersive light and sound based multi-media installation work in the gallery's southeast wing. The artist states that he, "amalgamate(s) my scientific and technical experiences, my involvement with environmental and waste management issues, and musical and performance experiences in my art work". Garg will give an artist talk at 7pm on Tuesday May 1.
Candy Le Sueur's exhibition, "Between Consciousness and Dreams", feature the artist's atmospheric oil on canvas landscapes 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. Le Sueur will give an artist talk on Tuesday May 29 at 7pm.
Sandra DeSando's "In the Swim, Islands and Streams" features multiple panel paintings on panel that are about choice; what objects, ideas and unknown stuff form symbiotic relationships through the work. DeSando's panels are the artist's signifiers of the natural areas of New Jersey, drawing from areas including the Atlantic Ocean, the Hudson River, the Great Swamp the Highlands and the Coastal Plains Aquifers that filter and store water. DeSando will give an artist talk on Tuesday, May 15 at 7pm.