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Saint Luke's Episcopal Church
Recent Comments about the St. Luke's Nails in the Wall Gallery
From an exhibiting Artist: "When my sister and I arrived Saturday afternoon, we heard organ music (Bach) being played in the chapel. When he finished playing that particular piece, he (the Parish Organist) graciously came with us down the hallway, unlocked the door and turned on the gallery lights for us. I was extremely impressed by the overall quality and hanging of the exhibit. We spent a good two hours there, taking some photographs and just soaking everything in. It remains an honor to be in the show and be surrounded by so much quality art and artists!"
--Robert Eustace, exhibiting artist
From a Gallery Committee member: "Wow! It always amazes me how powerful the artwork is when it is seen in person and/or when we get background history in conjunction... I am so humbled to be a part of this remarkable world as a Committee member and the impact it has had on my own life. Words are not enough."
---Dorothy Clark Bilgrav
Adult Exhibit - September 21 - December 20, 2019
Opening Reception September 21, 2-5 pm
Psalm 139:14 says, “I will praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Marvelous are Your works, and I know this very well.”
How does your art celebrate the wonder or depict the fear and uncertainty of this life? All humans are wonderfully made, and equipped with the inner strength to overcome obstacles and express the joy of this life.
This exhibit will feature a juried collection of fine art by artists with physical or mental disabilities.
17 Oak Avenue
Metuchen, NJ 08840
732 . 548 . 4308
an exhibit of of fine art by artists with disabilities
Courage: The Fight Against Inequality
February 1 - May 15, 2020
Submission Deadline: December 8, 2019
Remembering the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment allowing women the right to vote, consider the courage it takes for human beings to fight against socially accepted or governmentally imposed policies of inequality.
This exhibit will explore the freedom to vote - or the lack thereof.
Consider the power of
to proclaim inequality
combination of many voices
to bring about change in society.