Redding artist Janice Mauro’s work will be featured at the Martin Hicks Gallery at Belskie Museum of Art in Closter, N.J. in the “Ways of Seeing: 5 Contemporary Sculptors” exhibit Feb. 10 through March 3.
The opening will be held Sunday, Feb. 10, from 1 to 5 p.m. with free admission.
Ms. Mauro’s work will be featured with four other contemporary sculptors, Allan Drossman, Elaine Lorenz, Judy Schaefer and David Soo.
Ways of Seeing is an exhibition of five sculptors whose work explores a vast range of sculptural possibilities, each with a very different focus. Their explorations include elegant figurative and abstract free-standing sculptures in gypsum and fired ceramics; smaller scale sculptures with rich ash patinas generated in Anagama wood firing kilns; and three-dimensional sculptured paintings of electric-fired ceramic clay or carved Styrofoam.
For show information call Elaine Lorenz 201-232-8043 or Janice Mauro 203-731-1130 or visit belskiemuseum.com