Our aim is to exhibit artists that portray the diversity of art and style that is reflected in the community of Jersey City.
In honor of Youth Art Month (YAM) we are proud to be exhibiting works by local Jersey City students from the Jersey City public schools district art department. Every year outstanding student work is inducted into the permanent art collection and is maintained and displayed throughout the district. Some students will be able to have their artwork in the Permanent Student Art Collection at City Hall for the month of March.
Coinciding with our Jersey City Youth Arts Program (JCYAP) soon to be a non-profit. During the month of March we will be offering the community a free one day class for kids to paint, make mold sculptures and be immersed in what our DT 234 Gallery has to offer.
Reception Saturday March 23 3:30pm-5:30pm. Please RSVP
Jersey City, NJ
"Youth Art Month (YAM)"- JC Public School Art Department 3/5/19 - 3/31/19
The delicate and poetic artworks of the young painter Frederic Paul references his Asian roots in his expressive and elaborate compositions.
Inspired by the bold colours, spices, floral diversity and intensity of Asian cities this young emerging German artist works effortlessly with a range of media, including torn sections of canvas, rice-paper, acrylics and oil.
Paul’s paintings feel organic & alive & have a sense of life & with a three dimensionality & depth.
Frederic Paul is an exciting, emerging contemporary artist. Born in German with connections to the Philippines, he lives and works in Munich & Landsberg am Lech.
Over the past few years he has exhibited in solo & groups shows in Germany, London, Belgium, Greece, Portugal and in the USA and now Sweden.
"Asia Stories II"- Frederic Paul 1/25/19 - 2/23/19