From The Artists Eye
Artist David John Rush presents his latest art exhibit, "From the Artists Eye" with a stunning collection of watercolors and oils reflecting floral, landscape and nature scenes. Asked to explain what he meant by the title of his exhibit, Mr. Rush replied, "Of the five senses, I feel sight is the most important. We take sight for granted and sometimes fail to take in the beauty and the "whole" of what we see." He went on, "Nature gives us a visual palette daily from sunrise to sunset. As an artist, I try to capture all the components on my canvas where its preserved for the onlooker to enjoy and get the chance to really see what they may have missed before."
From the Artists Eye can be seen at Morris County Park Commissions, Haggerty Education Center Gallery located at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, 353 East Hanover Avenue in Morris Township from April 4 to April 30. The exhibit is free and open from Sunday to Sunday, 9am to 4:30 pm. The exhibit will be closed for Good Friday, but is open on Easter Sunday.
For more information you may call 973-326-7601 or go to : morrisparks.net or arboretumfriends.org
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