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Members Show: Horizon

March 15 – May 14 2022
Art is on display at both the arts center and at Whole World Arts
Please call for gallery hours or to set up an appointment to view work.
Artwork is also on view in our online store.  Link coming soon so please check back.

Opening Reception:

March 27, 2022 from 4 to 6 pm – Virtual and in-person at the West Windsor Arts Center.
Free for both in-person and virtual attendees. All we ask is that you register with this link!

A horizon is defined as the limit of a person’s mental perception, experience, or interest. This exhibition aims for its artists to go beyond the horizon. The goal was expanding your horizons, broadening your horizons, exploring new horizons, or aspiring to greater horizons. During this Spring 2022 season we asked our artists to explore their own styles and surpass their perceived limitations. We encouraged artists to share their horizons with the community. We are excited to present the incredible work of our artists to the community and encourage expansion amongst our audience.

Accepted Artists:  Brigitte Aflalo, Meta Dunkly Arnold, Divvya H Atrii, Zakia Aziz Ahmed, J. Bettina, Karen Brodsky, Tom Chiola, Connie Cruser, ,Magda Dodd, Ilene Dube, Gary David Fournier, Joseph Goldfedder, Michael F. Graham, Adriana Groza, Spriha Gupta, Barry Hantman, Marzena Haupa,  Margaret Kalvar-Bushnell, Donna Kaye, Nelly Kouzmina, Joy Kreves, Lori Langsner, Eleni Litt, Concetta A. Maglione, Sheila Mashaw, Hetal Mistry, Tatiana Oles, Neelam Padte, William Plank, Helene Plank, Karen Schoenitz, Nancy Scott, Rooma Sehar, Christine Seo ,Deirdre Sheean, Kelly Silver, Margaret Simpson, Prachi, Barbara Weinfield, Susan Winter, Jane Yuan.

For specific locations of artists and their works please click HERE.

To see all the artworks of this exhibition, check out our Online Store by clicking HERE.

For the Press Release click HERE.

2022 Member Show: Horizon Awards

Best In Show, Jury Selected
Meta Arnold, Perspective

2022 Member Only Show: Horizon

Best Use of Medium, Juror Selected
Christine Seo, Last Table

2022 Member Only Show: Horizon

Exhibition Committee Choice Award
Zakia Aziz Ahmed, Happiness within Horizon

2022 Member Only Show: Horizon


Carolina Blatt Ph.D.Dr. Carolina Blatt is currently an Associate Professor at The College of New Jersey, where she teaches Art Education, Community Engaged Art, and Arts Administration. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia and a M.A. from the Savannah College of Art & Design. Previously she taught at Georgia Gwinnett College in Atlanta, GA where she pioneered their public art collection in the form of artist-student partnerships and large-scale collaborations. Her research exploring collective art-making and its cognitive and civic potential has been published in scholarly journals and popular press ranging from Studies in Art Education to CNN.com, and presented in national and international venues ranging from the TATE Liverpool to Stanford University.

Matt Stemler M.F.A. Matthew Stemler is known for creating drawings, sculpture, and contemplative installation works. He finds a poetic language in unexpected materials while examining the social and technological structures of contemporary society. Stemler’s handling of materials is as intimate as the introspective themes that saturate the work. His creations often accentuate connections in the assembly, so literal and figurative bonds are as much a part of the work as the forms that seem caught in their configuration. Matthew Stemler completed an AA from Antonelli Institute of Art and a BFA from Temple University, Tyler School of Art before receiving his MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He currently teaches in the Department of Visual Arts at Cairn University in Langhorne, PA where he is also the curator for the Connie A. Eastburn Gallery. Stemler resides in Yardley, PA. Exhibitions of Stemler’s work include the James A. Michener Art Museum, The Square Halo Gallery, and Art in City Hall. His installations have been exhibited at the Eastern State Penitentiary Museum and the LGTripp Gallery. His work can be viewed at matthewstemler.com.