Glynnis Reed, Survival, Photograph

Glynnis Reed, Survival, Photograph

That Shadow My Likeness: Photography by Glynnis Reed

January 12 - April 2, 2017

Noyes Gallery II

  • Free Opening Reception: Second Friday, January 13, 6:00 - 8:00pm

  • Film Screening & Discussion with Glynnis Reed: Through a Lens Darkly, Sunday, March 5, 1:30 - 3:30pm (see info below)

  • Panel Discussion: Sunday, March 26, 1:00 - 2:30pm

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In the photo series That Shadow My Likeness, I present my subjects, Alexandria and Melissa, in harmony with and in contrast to the natural landscapes surrounding them. From dappled light to iconic palm trees, rivers and verdant terrain, the characteristics of the scenes underscore the meaning of the figures in each piece. Through diptychs, triptychs, groupings of five images and a selection of single images, I compose a non-linear narrative that forms constructs of black female beauty, femininity, and identity. In the juxtaposition of the images of these two women and their environments, I create a third space that suggests my own subjectivity as a black female artist, in between these constructs of identity and place. I borrowed the titles of the series and individual artworks from poems by Walt Whitman. I use these titles to emphasize the poeticism of the work and to suggest how my "likeness," my persona, is a key dimension of the form and content of the work. 

-- Glynnis Reed   http://www.glynnisreed.com/

  • Film Screening & Discussion with Glynnis Reed: Through a Lens Darkly, Sunday, March 5, 1:30 - 3:30pm

The Noyes Arts Garage will host a screening of the documentary Through a Lens Darkly, which explores the role of photography in shaping the identity, aspirations and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present. A Q & A discussion of the film with artist Glynnis Reed will follow the screening. Afterwards, visitors are welcome to join Reed for an informal walkthrough of her photography exhibition That Shadow My Likeness, in the adjacent gallery.

  • Panel Discussion: Sunday, March 26, 1:00 - 2:30pm

The public is invited to a panel discussion with Wendel White, Distinguished Professor of Art, Stockton University; Christina Jackson, PhD, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Stockton University; and Glynnis Reed, exhibiting photographer (That Shadow My Likeness: Photography by Glynnis Reed,) to extend the conversation around the exhibition and engage the public with concepts of the work and how it relates to the tradition of black fine art photography. Reed is interested in a variety of themes including the representation of black female bodies, particularly in relation to natural landscapes, identity and place. The panel will be followed by a Q & A session. This event is free and open to the public.


John Rappleye, Fractured Vision, 2015,  Acrylic and spray paint on paper

John Rappleye, Fractured Vision, 2015,  Acrylic and spray paint on paper

A Dark Wood

January 13 - April 23, 2017

Noyes Gallery I

Free Opening Reception: Second Friday, February 10, 6:00 - 8:00pm

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Midway this life we're bound upon,

I woke to find myself in a dark wood,

where the right road was wholly lost and gone-

Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy

A Dark Wood explores the theme of being lost in the darkness of our fears, doubts and negativity. Dante Alighieri, the 14th century Italian poet, began The Divine Comedy with a character who has lost his way in "a dark wood. There are many aspects of the dark wood and the artists presented in this exhibition interpret the richness of the concept through a range of mediums  and methods.

NOYES GALLERY AT KRAMER HALL, HAMMONTON

Metamorphosis: The Human Stories

Works by Eva Harut and Stephanie Luening

 

February 23, 2017 - March 26, 2017
Stockton Osprey Gallery and AC Gallery, The Arts Garage, A.C.

  • Artist Performance & Reception - Stephanie Leuning and Eva Harut: Thursday, February 23, 4:00pm-6:30 pm

  • Curator’s Talk - Mariana Smith, Assistant Professor of Art, Printmaking, Stockton University: Saturday, March 4th, 1:00pm

Stephanie Luning

Stephanie Luning

Stockton University and The Noyes Arts Garage present works by Eva Harut and Stephanie Luening, two artists who are participating in an international symposium at Stockton University entitled “Metamorphosis. The Human Stories.”

 

Stephanie Luening, a multimedia artist working in Dresden, Germany, will present works on paper and an artist performance creating a site-specific wax object, a series which she started in June 2016. This project has been realized in Armenia, Germany, Poland, and England.

 

Eva Harut

Eva Harut

Eva Harut is a multimedia artist, journalist, and writer, working in Dresden Germany. Her installation/performance holds historical references to a connection between the events of the 1915 Armenian Genocide and the present. It symbolizes the Armenians as refugees scattered around the world; the Armenians who remained in Turkey, but were forced to hide their origin; and the Armenians who adopted a different nationality in other countries. However, though based on the history of 1915, this installation addresses the current migration crisis. 

The installation presents a variety of bottles. Some are hand painted, some are just dipped in paint, some are untouched. The artist’s interaction with bottles draws symbolic parallels with human experiences. This project has been realized in Armenia, Germany, and Russia. 
https://auroraprize.com/en/stories/detail/regular/9021/eva-harut

 

 

RAW 2017: Juried Photography Exhibition

January 23, 2017 - May 1, 2017

Free Opening Reception: Third ThursdayFebruary 16, 6:00 - 8:00pm

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The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University presents RAW 2017, a juried photography competition in which a group of the top images by 19 photographers from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware were selected for an exhibition at the Noyes Museum Gallery at Stockton's Kramer Hall located at 30 Front Street, Hammonton, New Jersey 08037.

The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University presents RAW 2017, a juried photography competition in which a group of the top images by 19 photographers from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware were selected for an exhibition at the Noyes Museum Gallery at Stockton's Kramer Hall located at 30 Front Street, Hammonton, New Jersey 08037.

Prize Winners:

  • Juror's Choice: Rachel Adams, I Want to Feel Weightless
  • Second Place: Gary Wiesner: Recessed
  • Honorable Mention: Abigail Orme, 180 Distortion and Mysterium 3

RAW 2017 images shown at top : Top row, left to right: Abigail Orme, 180 Distortion and Mysterium 3 (Honorable Mention), Rachel Adams, I Want to Feel Weightless (Juror's Choice), Gary Wiesner,  Recessed (Second Place) Bottom row, left to right: Dave Magyar, Arcade II, Yelena Strokin, Dutch Table Still Life, Kaltoum Alibrahimi, Momentary Rest

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Louise Nevelson,  Night Star

Louise Nevelson,  Night Star

NOYES GALLERY AT SEAVIEW

Pulp: Works from the Noyes Permanent Collection

September 1, 2016 – April 9, 2017

Pulp Education Guide


One of the most accessible and familiar art mediums, paper is presented in its more experimental forms. With an emphasis on sculptural drawings, this exhibition showcases works with three-dimensional aspects such as raised designs, embossed images and cast paper pulp. Artists test the delicacy of paper by piercing, ripping, perforating, embossing, dyeing or casting paper pulp to build up the surface.

On view at the Noyes Gallery at Stockton's Seaview Resort in Galloway Township. The gallery is free and open daily to the public.

NOYES GALLERY AT SEAVIEW

J.C. Todd and MaryAnn Miller, FUBAR, Artist book

J.C. Todd and MaryAnn Miller, FUBAR, Artist book

Beyond All Repair: Prints and Photographs

January 13 - April 9, 2017

J. C. Todd and MaryAnn Miller collaborated on their artist book, FUBAR, during artist residencies at the Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College, Easton PA, and at Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Amherst, VA. The artist book contains a poem that is one of a suite of sonnets written from the point of view of a female Air Force physician deployed to Iraq. The covers of the books are wrapped with Combat Paper made from the shredded uniforms of veterans. 

On view at the Noyes Gallery at Stockton's Seaview Resort in Galloway Township. The gallery is free and open daily to the public.


David Woeller, Searching, digital photograph

David Woeller, Searching, digital photograph

Photography by David Woeller

February 9 - April 30, 2017

Advancements in digital imaging techniques have afforded me the tools and freedom to explore new directions in my artistic presentations. Sharing my vision and interpretation of a subject has always been a pleasure for me. Using archival inks, conservation grade papers, and matting, I present each image to be enjoyed for many years. Whether it is a realistic image or a hyper-realistic interpretation, my goal is to cause the viewer to stop, if only for a moment, to reflect or have an emotional response. If I can achieve that, I will be content in having realized my goal. - David Woeller

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Gallery Location: AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, Atlantic City Campus, 1925 Pacific Ave., A.C., NJ 08401 Free and open daily to the public


Shore Medical Center

Selections from the Noyes Museum Permanent Collection

Ongoing

Location: Shore Medical Center, 100 Medical Center Way, Somers Point, NJ 08244

Fine and folk art objects from the Permanent Collection of the Noyes Museum of Art are temporarily on view at Shore Medical Center. Selected works include fine duck decoys, chosen from the Museum's vast holding of artifacts that help to highlight and preserve the history and culture of South Jersey. The unique Purple Martin Palace, created in 1935 by Leslie Christofferson, can also be found at Shore Medical Center.

 


"Purple Martin Palace" Birdhouse, ca. 1935, Noyes Permanent Collection - Folk Art

"Purple Martin Palace" Birdhouse, ca. 1935, Noyes Permanent Collection - Folk Art