Hunterdon Artists offer Special Exhibition at Flemington Library

A diverse collection of paintings and drawings will be on display for November and December at the Flemington Free Public Library in Flemington New Jersey. “Hunterdon Parks Studio Artists” brings the artwork of a variety of artists who are currently or were formally students of Charles David Viera at the Hunterdon County Parks and Recreation sponsored painting classes held at the H.C.P.R art studios in Lebanon.
“I can’t say enough about Hunterdon County’s generosity in making space available for my classes and students. These classes give residence of Hunterdon and surrounding counties a creative outlet and an opportunity for artists of all levels to paint and draw and to explore painting from a historical and personal view point in a supportive environment. I consider exhibiting as a major part of an artist’s development with all of the questions that have to be answered when artists have to decide which is their best artwork. I think the public will be impressed with the quality of the paintings and drawings on display.” The variety of artwork in this exhibition includes a number of landscapes created at H.C.P.R.’s Echo Hill location . “Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, Liz Fulmer, Recreation Program Coordinator, offered me this great old railroad barn to house our summer landscape painting classes at Echo Hill. It’s like summer camp for artists ” adds Viera.

The exhibition will take place at the Flemington Free public Library at 118 Main Street in Flemington from November 13 – Dec. 9th during library hours. An artists’ reception on November 18th from 12:00 – 2:00 pm is open to the public.

The painting and drawings classes with Charles David Viera continue through the winter months. For more Information on those classes go to

118 Main Street, Flemington, NJ 08822 (908) 782-5733
November 13- Dec. 9th, 2017 (Closed Nov.23 ,24)
Opening Reception Saturday,Nov. 18 ,12:00 – 2:00 pm

Library Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am-9pm
Tuesday, Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday, 10am -3pm

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