Atrium Gallery Re-opened on October 25th

After closing for renovations all spring and summer, the Atrium Gallery is back with a dramatic Fall/Winter 2013-14 Exhibit, located on Floors 3-5 of the Morris County Administration and Records Building, 10 Court Street in Morristown.

Left: Marsha Solomon’s acrylic, Tunnels in the Wood.

Embracing a wide variety of subject matter (landscapes, abstracts, portraits, etc.) and media (oil, acrylic, photography, “found object” installations, etc.), the artworks highlight the creative energies of 4 select artists 118 of whose works now appear on the  top three  floors of the Gallery. Dramatically vibrant oils by Karen Lundquist grace the 5th floor while a host of brilliantly colored abstracts and realist/figurative acrylic works by prizewinning artist Marsha Solomon occupy the 4th floor. On the 3rd floor, viewers will find Rebecca Zagoory’s powerful and striking architectural and fine art photographs.  The creative and whimsical “found object” figurative sculptures and installations by award-winning artist Suprina were recently removed from the 2nd floor  for courthouse security reasons but they are available in a “virtual exhibit” – via YouTube videos HERE. (Additionally, a portion of the sculptures are on exhibit at Gallery Aferro in Newark for the first portion of November.)


L-R: Karen Lundquist oil, July Afternoon in the Garden; Rebecca Zagoory’s  photograph, Inside the Harp; Suprina’s sculpture, Toupée; Marsha Solomon’s acrylic, Still Life in Venetian Red.

Here are some photos from the opening reception:




L-R:  View of the 4th and 5th floor exhibits (Solomon and Lundquist art respectively) ;visitors examining photographs by Rebecca Zagoory;  view of oils by Karen Lundquist – on 5th floor; 2 views of sculptures by Suprina on the 2nd floor, before removal.






L-R: The artists: Photographer  Rebecca Zagoory answers questions about her work;  Karen Lundquist in front of her oil, Redeemer; sculptor Suprina with videotaped “virtual exhibit” showing her sculpture, Seduction; Photographer Rebecca Zagoory with her photograph of Grand Central Station, entitled The Grand Hall; Michela  Musolino, Adel  and Mary Gorgy, the artist Marsha Solomon and Dr. Virginia Butera.

Morris Arts manages the Atrium Art Gallery, selecting artists and scheduling exhibits on behalf of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders.  The Atrium Gallery is free and open to the public during business hours, from 8am – 5pm on Mondays-Fridays. The exhibit will run from October 25, 2013 through January 7, 2014.  It will be open on the evening of December 31, 2012, from 7pm-midnight, for First Night Morris County.

Click HERE to see the catalogue for the exhibit.

For additional information about the show, contact Dr. Lynn L. Siebert, Gallery Director, and Director of Arts Participation & Communication for the Arts Council of the Morris Area, (973) 285-5115, ext. 10 or