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June 7, 2019, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Boonton Main Street, Inc. presents another edition of their First Friday Late Night on our historic Main Street. Shop, dine and stroll all while enjoying live music, delicious food and great deals.
June 7, 2019, 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Main Street Boonton
Ribbon Cutting : Dog Days Mural corner of Church & Main Street
Boonton Arts - Dog Days of Summer kicks off June 7th at 5:30, with a leash cutting in front of the Dog Days of Summer mural located at Church and Main Street.
They say that every dog has it's day, in Boonton they get the whole summer! Over 150 dog and cat sculptures will be on exhibit, up and down the entire length of Main Street, Boonton. The participating artists include past year favorites and some inspiring new talent to make this year's pack really something to see! Boonton Arts includes younger artists too, with more than 80 sculptures created by local elementary and high school students.Be sure to visit our one of a kind downtown to enjoy these incredible sculptures!
All dog sculptures are available for adoption at Boonton Arts Etsy page, etsy.com/shop/BoontonArts, for a donation benefiting NorthStar Pet Rescue, local schools, and future art projects in the community.
For more information visit www.BoontonArts.org and like us on Facebook.
June 7, 2019, 6:00 PM - July 20, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Speakeasy Art Gallery
Speakeasy Art Gallery is pleased to present Allison Kroll’s new solo show “WOMEN IN VISIBILITY” that will be on view at the Speakeasy Art Gallery from June 7th to July 20th. This body of figurative abstraction explores women’s struggles with being seen and unseen in the art world and beyond.
Allison Kroll is a figurative painter based in West Orange, NJ. Kroll’s paintings explore realism laced with abstraction. She uses abstract patterns, objects, and concepts to hide her female portraits as parts of these women become visible and then invisible. This dance plays out in front of the viewer mimicking the real and imaginary coverings women wear for real life. Her most common subject is the female portrait which she imbues with thought provoking formal and metaphorical moments. Her work is in private collections and has been most notably exhibited at the Steamboat Art Museum, the Haggin Museum, the Tucson Desert Art Museum, the Salmagundi Club, and the Dacia Gallery.