Featuring Landscapes of Morris County

Landscape paintings hanging in an officeVisitors to Assemblywoman Aura Dunn’s Chester office can take in the beauty of Morris County as represented by six Fine Arts students from County College of Morris (CCM).

Once again, Dunn has opened her office to feature an exhibition of landscapes in pastels created by CCM students. This is the fifth time she is hosting an exhibition of works produced by students from Fine Arts Professor Todd Doney’s Drawing 2 class.

“We’re so happy to be continuing this partnership that provides the public with an opportunity to view the outstanding work of our Fine Arts students,” said Doney. “The students also take great pride in being able to exhibit their work. For many, this represents their first exhibition.”

The students from Doney’s Spring 2023 Semester Drawing 2 class were asked to explore and portray the beauty of Morris County in their work. The exhibition features the work of the following students:

  • “Civil Twilight” by Sandra Rojas of Livingston
  • “Golden Court” by Jazmin Gamboa of Boonton
  • “Autumn Drive” by Bridget Perez of Mount Olive
  • “Night Steam” by Emma Ramos of Blairstown
  • “Lonely Tree” by Maurice Tobias of Lake Hiawatha
  • “Branch” by Stevie Cukor of Morristown

The exhibition will run through December at Dunn’s office, 191 Main Street, Suite D, Chester. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information about CCM’s Art and Design programs, visit http://bit.ly/CCMArtandDesign.