Six works by Verona residents Ann C. Taylor and Allen L. Taylor are being featured in “Innovations, 2010” a new exhibit at the ACL Gallery in Livingston that runs through March.
Ann Taylor is first vice president of the New Jersey Water Color Society and a popular watercolor instructor with the Community Centers of Livingston and Bloomfield and the Exploritas (Elderhostel) Program of watercolor workshops at Frost Valley, N.Y. Her Husband, Allen Taylor, is a board member of the Essex Water Color Club. Both are trustees of the Verona Park Conservancy and contributing artists to the VPC’s note card fundraiser. Their paintings can be viewed on their Web site, AnnAndAllenTaylor.com.
ACL is a co-operative art gallery formed by the Arts Council of Livingston and located in Livingston’s Town Center Mall. It features paintings and sculpture in all media, as well as art jewelry, pottery and hand-blown glass. Artists are recruited on the basis of their education, background, achievement and recognition in the visual arts. The range of art media includes watercolor, oil and pastel paintings, mixed media works, handmade paper, one-of-a-kind art jewelry, art photography, sculpture, pottery, hand-blown glass, etchings, and hand-pulled prints, limited edition graphics, silkscreen, wearable art, lenticular images, collage and 3-D constructions.
The ACL Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday from noon to 5 p.m., and Thursday evenings until 7 p.m. For information, contact ACL Gallery Director Irene Feigen at (201) 247-8787 or (973) 650-6374.