Curator: Bryant Small

Dates: July 1 – 30, 2023
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 13, 6– 9 PM
Location: ART150 Gallery
157A First St. Jersey City, NJ 07302
(Same place, new address)
Gallery is wheelchair accessible.

Hours: Weekends in July, Saturday and Sunday 1- 4 PM and by Appointment. The gallery will also be open for the Art Crawl on July 27th, 5 – 9 PM

Pro Arts Jersey City is thrilled to present Seamless, a dynamic exhibition celebrating the art of collage and mixed media. The exhibition will be on display from July 1st to July 30th at ART150 Gallery, located in the heart of Downtown Jersey City. Seamless brings together a diverse group of talented artists including Luis Alves, RoCa (Rodríguez Calero), Demarcus McGaughey, Cheryl R. Riley, Theda Sandiford, Nanette Reynolds, Danielle Scott, and Brad Terhune, who have masterfully merged various artistic mediums, materials, and techniques to create visually stunning and conceptually rich artworks.

This exhibition explores the boundary-breaking nature of collage and mixed media, where traditional, unconventional, and digital materials harmoniously coexist.

Artists featured in the exhibition have employed innovative approaches, incorporating elements such as found objects, vintage photographs, fabric, paper, paints, and digital media. Through their meticulous arrangements, layering, and juxtapositions, they weave together seamless narratives that are both deeply personal and universally resonant.

Curator: Bryant Small is an Award-Winning artist and curator who lives in Jersey City, NJ and balances an Advertising Technology and Media Consulting Career in New York City. Bryant is an adjunct professor in St. Elizabeth’s University’s (Morristown, NJ) Art Department Faculty. Bryant also serves as Co-President of Pro Arts Jersey City.

Bryant has been an Independent Curator for numerous galleries and Art event spaces throughout the New York, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. areas. For several seasons, Bryant served as guest curator for Bridge Art Gallery’s premier annual exhibition Expressive Creative Soul exclusively featuring BIPOC artists from around the country.

More information please contact Maia Goitia at