CCM at the Mayo
March 19-April 14
March 12-May 5
Open 2 hours prior to scheduled performances.
Or by appointment, by calling Charles Miller at 973-539-0345 x6583.
"CCM at the Mayo: County College of Morris Student Exhibition," a juried exhibit, will be displayed at the Art Upstairs
Gallery at Mayo Performing Arts Center from March 19-April 14. The exhibit will feature the work of students from the art department at
County College of Morris. It is curated by Professor Todd Doney of the Department of Visual Arts at CCM.
An artists' reception/award ceremony will be held on Wednesday, March 26 from 5 – 7 pm.
The exhibit will provide a real life experience for the students. They will enter their pieces for consideration to a selection committee of CCM
faculty who will select the final pieces to be included in the exhibit. The selected pieces will then be brought to the Art Upstairs Gallery for
exhibit. Students will assist in hanging the show. The show will be juried by two professional artists - Michael Fenton, painter and Charles
Miller, photographer. Jurors will also provide feedback to the students.
Six prizes will be awarded: Best in Show, two Awards of Merit and 3 Honorable Mentions. The show will be open to the public and pieces
will be for sale. A portion of the sales will support programs at MPAC.
On Exhibit in The Starlight Gallery March 12-May 5:
The Starlight Gallery
Harding Township resident Tine Kirkland Graham will exhibit paintings at the Mayo Performing Arts Center’s Starlight Gallery from March 12-May 5.
Ms. Graham is a local artist who started her art career painting pastel portraits of children. She now paints large, colorful paintings of beach scenes, boats, people, dogs, houses or anything near the water.
Tine is well known for her portraits of dogs and has written a few books with her commissioned dog portraits as her subjects, including A Dog's Tour of Nantucket, with colorful illustrations and poetry. Her latest book is Big Bossy Betty, a book that highlights proper manners. The book includes wild, relevant images and is a quick, fun read for all ages.
Tine has donated many of her paintings to the Goryeb Children's Hospital and has just completed a painting in memory of Monsignor John F. Corr, which now hangs at the Morristown Medical Center. She is currently creating artwork for the Kopila Valley Children's home and school in Nepal, which was opened a few years ago by a local Mendham woman.
Her art has been used on the Children's Story Hour, a show on the hospital TV channel created and supported by the WAMMC.
Color, humor, and vitality highlight Tine's art. Her paintings are all different, happy, and full of musical meaning. She paints with brilliant, and potent colors, brushed with strength and life as the painted images are intended to dance and sway with rhythmic color and emotion in celebration of the joy of life her current art show and sale.
Learn more about her work at website: www.tinegraham.com