Exhibits and Galleries

ArtYard, Frenchtown

January 12-April 14 • THE CREATIVE COMMONS. Works from three non-profit studios influenced by the work of Creative Growth founders Florence and Elias Katz.

62A Trenton Ave. ; (908) 996-5018

Gallery 23, Blairstown

The gallery features work by two member artists each month.

23 Main Street. ; 908/362-6865

Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills

February 19-March 22 • ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT. Photographs, paintings, and drawings showcasing the four seasons at the garden.10am - 4pm.

11 Layton Rd. ; 908/234-2677

Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum, Landing

Sundays through June • 

323 Lakeside Blvd.. ; 973/398-2616

Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton

January 13-April 28 • RUTH MARSHALL: KNITTING THE ENDANGERED. Ruth Marshall’s creations weren’t inspired by visits to art galleries or at a university class, but by working at the Bronx Zoo.

January 13-April 28 • KAY KENNY: A POETIC TRIBUTE TO THE RURAL NIGHT. Kay Kenny has enjoyed a busy career as a photographer, teacher, painter, and critical writer of visual arts. She has curated several exhibitions and her work can be found in an array of corporate, museum and private collections.

January 13-April 28 • CATHERINE SUTTLE: SPACES AND STRUCTURES. Catherine Suttle’s paintings encourage audiences to appreciate the little things that are all around us but sometimes fail to notice.

7 Lower Center St.. ; 908/735-8415

Morristown National Historical Park, Morristown

Ford Mansion kitchen

Museum Auditorium, 30 Washington Place. ; 973/539-2016

Morris Museum, Morristown

Through March 17, 2019 • TRUMPETS, WEIRD, AND WONDERFUL. By special arrangement with the National Music Museum, America’s preeminent collection of historic musical instruments, this exhibit of more than forty musical instruments, including audio and video demonstrations, will delight young and old, student and connoisseur.

December 15-February 28 • POACHING THEIR FUTURE. As the largest land mammal on earth, the elephant has helped maintain forests and ecosystems for other species for almost five million years. Yet, they are threatened due to poaching caused by the ever increasing demand for ivory products. In this exhibition, learn about the conflict, poaching, and habitat destruction that continues to threaten the elephant population and what organizations, governments, and conservationists are doing to combat this growing issue.

6 Normandy Heights Rd.. ; 973/971-3700

Red Mill Museum Village, Clinton

September 1-March 31, 2019 • THE SOUND OF THE TIMES: THE MICHAEL MOLNAR COLLECTION. A collection of antique and vintage radios is on loan to the Museum from collector and radio enthusiast Michael Molnar, who has been collecting for over 30 year10am - 4pm. Adults $9, seniors $7, children $5, and members free..

Red Mill, 56 Main St.. ; 908/735-4101

USGA Museum , Far Hills

77 Liberty Corner Road. ; 908/234-2300

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