Reinvention Act. #1
May 4 @ 10:00 am - May 9 @ 5:00 pm
Visit 19 Hulfish to discover this solo art exhibition by artist Carole Jury for the benefit of the non-profit “Share My Meals”!
A resident of Princeton for seven years, artist Carole Jury will showcase her art from May 4 to 9th in Palmer Square. A portion of the proceeds will go to support “Share My Meals”, a non-profit fighting food insecurity and food waste in the Princeton area. This exhibition will highlight different series explored through the years by the artist, a retrospective offering full immersion in Jury’s world.
Public opening (free entrance):
- Tuesday-Wednesday, Thursday | 10am-6pm
- Friday, Saturday | 10am-8pm
- Sunday | 10am-5pm
About Share My Meals:
Share My Meals is a 501(C)3 organization incorporated in NJ, serving the food insecure people of the Princeton community area regardless of their ethnicity, gender, gender’s identity, age, or faith. The organization is working to fight both food insecurity and food waste through the distribution of reclaimed meals from corporate cafeterias, schools, universities, and restaurants to people experiencing food insecurity in the Princeton region. Founded in 2020, Share My Meals is run by volunteers committed to rebalancing the food equation: Less Food Waste = Less Hunger. For more information visit: www.sharemymeals.org
About Carole Jury:
Born in Lyon (France), Carole Jury lives in New Jersey. She is an abstract painter who likes playing with textured strokes, nuances of color and brightness and to work with all kind of mediums and tools. The majority of her series are inspired by her photos, which give her a guide for sheen, brightness and reliefs. Carole Jury’s artwork is represented by Azart Gallery – NYC, Alessandro Berni Gallery – NYC, Gallery des artistes – France, DVAA – Philadelphia, Artsy, Singulart, Artsper. Carole Jury is the founder of Women Artists from France to USA.
For more information visit: www.carolejury.com