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Atrium Gallery at the Morris County Administration & Records Building

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Atrium Gallery at the Morris County Administration & Records Building
110 Court Street, Floors 205
Morristown, New Jersey 07960
Venue Type: Gallery

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Turtles, Yuri YurovYuri Yurov, Turtles, oil on canvas, 52 x 52
Composition #21, Chrstine WagnerChrstine Wagner, Composition #21,
gouach, ink, marker on paper
Cat Tails, Greg EganGreg Egan, Cat Tails, Watercolor, pencil
Open O Mobiles, STRINGS, John TetzJohn Tetz, Open O Mobiles, STRINGS,
paper, wire, string
The Falling Up, Phyllis BoudreauxPhyllis Boudreaux, The Falling Up,
silk banners
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> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.morrisarts.org
EMAIL:  
Lsiebert@morrisarts.org
CONTACT:  
Dr. Lynn L. Siebert
OPEN HOURS:  
8am-5pm
PHONE:  
(973) 285-5115, x10
FAX:  
(973) 285-1199
GALLERY TYPE:  
Contemporary
COST:  
free
TAGS:  
20th-century, photography, experimental, collective/studios, contemporary, emerging
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DESCRIPTION

Opened on September 30 and running until January 12, 2011, this exhibit at the Atrium Gallery features 260 works by 25 artists working in a wide range of media. See Yuri Yurov's 19 year retrospective (5th Floor), Greg Egan's luminous Garden Series watercolors (4th floor), the rich selection by the 19 artists of the Myhelan Artist Network (3rd Floor), pastels by Pam Gosner and works by emerging artist Christine Wagner (2nd floor). The open stairwell areas showcase John Tetz's Open O mobiles and Phyllis Boudreaux's silk banner work, The Falling Up. Visit http://morristowngreen.com/2010/10/01/yuri-yurov-at-morristown-atrium-his-art-spooks-his-wife-and-she-wouldn't-have-it-any-other-way/ for a sense of the exhibit.

Administered by the Arts Council of the Morris Area on behalf of Morris County's Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Atrium Gallery features 4-5 large exhibits annually. The current exhibit is open to the public for viewing from 8am-5pm,  Mondays through Fridays and will also be open on New Year's Eve, during First NIght Morris County, 7pm-midnight on December 31, 2010.

Admission is free. Free catalogues of the works (most of which are  for sale) can be found in bins located in the elevator lobbies on each floor of the exhibit (Floors 2-5) and in the 5th floor office of the Morris County Administrator. Questions? Contact Dr. Lynn L. Siebert at Lsiebert@morrisarts.org.


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