PAST EXHIBITION


David Woeller, Searching, digital photograph

David Woeller, Searching, digital photograph

Photography by David Woeller

February 9 - April 30, 2017

NOYES GALLERY AT ATLANTICARE, A.C. CAMPUS

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

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 hyperrealistic 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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PAST EXHIBITIONS


Lou Storey, The Best Medicine

Lou Storey, The Best Medicine

Lou Storey: The Best Medicine

September 9, 2016 - January 1, 2017

Lou Storey Education Guide

This collection of paintings was completed over a ten year period and explores the concepts,  theories and feelings that surround Lou Storey in his work as a psychotherapist and as a social worker.  

I have always used the making of art as a kind of personal journal, a way to reflect upon all the various components of the life I am living. For the maker of art as well as the viewer, art can provide a moment of self-reflection, can provoke a memory, can inspire a myriad of emotions, and can bring a sense of joy and wonder. - Lou Storey


Attilio Sinagra, Dilapidated home and lighthouse, Watercolor on paper

Attilio Sinagra, Dilapidated home and lighthouse, Watercolor on paper

Paintings by Attilio Sinagra

June 1 - August 30, 2016

Attilio Sinagra Education Guide

Born and raised in Atlantic City, esteemed international painter Attilio Sinagra used his technically accomplished style to explore the effects of commercial development on the community of Atlantic City. Sinagra was born to Italian immigrant parents in Atlantic City in 1916. After developing his style abroad, he returned to his hometown to paint a city barely recognizable as the same one he left. His meticulous realism went hand in hand with his reverence for architecture, generating dynamic compositions that evoke a city in the throes of change.