The Hopewell Valley Bistro and Inn located in Hopewell, New Jersey, will present the exhibition “Complementary Angles: The Art of Robert Saxon and NJ DeVico” now through Friday, April 13, 2018. This is the seventh installation in a series of artist presentations at the Inn.
Robert Sakson, A.W.S. d.f. (American Watercolor Society, dolphin fellow) is a highly lauded area artist and has earned signature memberships in the Garden State Watercolor Society (Emeritus member), New Jersey Watercolor Society, Philadelphia Watercolor Society (Emeritus), Allied Artists of America (Emeritus,) the Pastel Society of America, and the American Watercolor Society, where he earned a dolphin fellowship.
Sakson is listed in the volume, “Who’s Who of American Art” and his paintings are included in several corporate and private collections. Currently, he teaches master watercolor classes at Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown and maintains a studio in Trenton, New Jersey.
NJ DeVico received her MFA from Brooklyn College and has taught adults and children with and without special needs at Artworks, Trenton City Museum, YWCA Princeton, and the Zimmerli Art Museum. She has shown extensively in the tri-state area and is represented by Artful Deposit in Bordentown, New Jersey. She remains in the permanent collection at AtlantiCare Pamona, Manahawkin, and Brigantine.
The Hopewell Valley Bistro and Inn began the rotating series of artist exhibitions in January 2017 to support local artists.
Susan Molnar, owner of the Inn, said, “Our area is rich with artists and it’s my pleasure to give them a platform to show their work. It’s a winning situation for everyone. They have the talent and we have the space!”
The Inn is located at 15 East Broad Street, Hopewell, New Jersey. More information about the Hopewell Valley Bistro and Inn can be found at www.hopewellvalleybistro.com or by calling 609.466.9889.
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