Open House/Pop Up Gallery Exhibition at Manufacturer's Village Art Center, East Orange,NJ

Open House/Pop Up Gallery Exhibition at Manufacturer's Village Art Center, East Orange,NJ
Annual Open House invitation by the Dope Art Chicks. I will have 3 large paintings included in this show.

A Collection of Lines

A Collection of Lines
💥OPENING AUG 3💥 A COLLECTION OF LINES 📶Reception 8.3.10 6-9pm. Brick + Mortar recently held an open call for artists living or working within a 40 mile radius of the gallery to participate in a large community summer exhibition, A COLLECTION OF LINES. Only small works on paper were considered for this exhibition, which features over 50 local artists. The Annex Gallery space will concurrently be hosting a solo exhibition “Plunge” featuring new paintings by Brick + Mortar's spring intern, Prior Reinhardt. 
This event is free and open to the public. 

New York Artist's Circle Group Show:Atmospheric Perspectives

New York Artist's Circle Group Show:Atmospheric Perspectives
Art Exhibition at 485 Madison Ave, New York, NYOpening Reception: December 21st, 6-8pm
Dates: December 21st, 2018 - January 19th, 2019
Atmospheric Perspective:
Contemporary Approaches to a Traditional Technique

SOLO SHOW-Eternal Verities

SOLO SHOW-Eternal Verities
Eternal Verities
Jane Dell
Aug 11 —
Aug 27, 2018
One Brooklyn Bridge Park
Opening Reception
Aug 11th
Open hours
Wednesday: 12 - 7pm
Thurday: 12 - 7pm
Friday: 4 - 8pm
Saturday: 1 - 7pm
Sunday: 1 - 7pm 
Additional: Private Showings on Aug. 27.
Rhythms and cycles define the natural world. From prehistoric times to today, the actions of the planets, animals and plants have had profound influence on human behavior, thoughts and beliefs. Incised marks on bone, among the first calendars, may have been used to predict the seasons and the migrations of animals upon which early humans were dependent. Early religious belief was likely based upon nature, notably the moon whose phases closely align with the female menstrual cycle, linking women to the power of the cosmos.
Jane Dell uses the natural world as her subject. Instead of focusing on traditional interpretations like landscape, she instead seeks ways to tap into the dynamic movement and power of natural forces. In her Lunar Phase paintings she captures an imaginary moment in time. Celestial bodies hurtle through space or reveal themselves slowly. The works aim to create several layers of meaning, which the viewer can slowly, upon reflection, unravel.
Jane’s seaweed paintings reflect upon the natural world in distress. Life in that world is under siege from man-made forces driven primarily by greed. Her answer: celebrate the grace and beauty of this undersea world to challenge the forces that seek their destruction.
About Jane Dell
Jane Dell is a native New Yorker who crossed over the river and is currently living and working in East Orange, New Jersey. She studied at Parsons School of Design, The School of Visual Arts, and received her BFA from Pratt Institute. Her paintings and mixed media art have been in numerous group shows located in Brooklyn, Connecticut, Philadelphia, New Jersey, upstate New York, Los Angeles, and Matera, Italy, at venues including the Lesley Heller WorkspaceCentral Booking GalleryGallery Orchard 33Emerge Gallery, Saugerties, NY, and the Fountain Art Fair.
Jane has two solo exhibitions in 2o18; Eternal Verities at Chashama’s One Brooklyn Bridge Park space, and at the Landau Gallery in Belmont Hill, MA this Fall. Her past solo exhibitions include Metaphorical Expressions at the Monmouth Museum in Lincroft, New Jersey, The Art House and the Drawing Rooms, both in Jersey City, Scrambled Realities at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Narrowsburg, N.Y., and French Curves at the Creative Center in Chelsea, NY. She has been interviewed and featured in numerous art publications, newspapers and catalogues. Previously, Dell was awarded a month residency at the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Arts Colony. Her work is in private and permanent collections in the United States and Internationally.
Dell’s vivid imagination and an attraction to all types of painting and mixed media mediums have encompassed a number of themes from environmental, animal fantasies, hybrids and the effects of lunar phases on the earth. The love of painting and creating worlds of fantasy are her main focus.
For further information or to schedule a private visit during the last week of the exhibition, please visit her website at or contact Jane at She may also be followed on Facebook and Instagram.
This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit