Silva Gallery of Art

Works in Progress 
Zander Asplundh-Smith

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The Silva Gallery is delighted to present an experiential show featuring the art and process of Pennington alumnus Zander Asplundh-Smith ’10. On display are large-scale, fantastical scenes that bring the viewer to new worlds full of unusual juxtapositions and surprising imagery. Throughout the run of the exhibition Mr. Asplundh-Smith will be in the Gallery, painting. All are invited to observe his process, ask questions, and even join in on creating a large-scale work. Please watch the show develop and change through April 28, and join us for a closing reception with the artist. 

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Gallery Hours

Public hours to view the current exhibition are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and by appointment. To make an appointment, please contact Dolores Eaton at 609–737–4133 or by emailing deaton@pennington.org

CURRENT EXHIBITION

April 5–28, 2016
Works in Progress 
Zander Asplundh-Smith ’10
Reception with the Artist: TBD

Previous Exhibitions

February 17–March 9, 2016
Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America
Matika Wilbur
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February 1–12, 2016
Passage:
Senior Show 2016
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December 2, 2015–January 15, 2016
Images in Water and Light:
Linda Bradshaw
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October 17–November 20, 2015
From Waterloo to New Jersey: The Bicentennial of King Joseph Bonaparte's Escape to America
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September 9–October 9, 2015
Mercer County Photography 2015
Submission of Entries: August 29, 2015

March 27–April 25, 2015
Pennington Comes of Age
An exhibition of historical photographs by George H. Frisbie.

February 10–March 6, 2015
From Dark to Light: Peggy Sayben
A variety of photographic approaches using natural light.
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December 1, 2014–January 16, 2015
A Series of Meditations: Khalilah Sabree
Large-scale, mixed media paintings by Khalilah Sabree
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October 11–November 20, 2014
Impressions: an exhibition of printmaking
Wood engravings by Jamie Moore and Whitney Cookman
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