Assemblywoman Aura K. Dunn Displays Art in her Office for the Sixth Time

Assemblywoman Aura K. Dunn’s office in Chester, NJ.

Assemblywoman Aura K. Dunn continues to demonstrate her support to County College of Morris (CCM) by showcasing in her Chester office “The Landscape in Pastel,” a collection of creative works by six students in the Visual Arts program.   This marks the sixth time Dunn has hosted an exhibit of student artwork from Professor Todd Doney’s Drawing II class, exemplifying her consistent commitment to the college and her true dedication as a supporter. The display gives visitors to Dunn’s office an opportunity to appreciate the beauty of landscapes while also admiring the talents of local students.

 According to CCM Professor of Fine Arts Todd L. Doney, “This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to gain experience at exhibiting their amazing work.”

  • Kaitlyn Ferguson of Jefferson
  • Jade Garletts of Allamuchy
  • Mark Hucalla of Lincoln Park
  • Gabrielle Martin of Budd Lake
  • Constance McLoughlin of South Orange
  • Allison Rice of Parsippany

CCM is proud to continue the partnership with Dunn and equally proud of the artists as they were asked to explore the beauty of their environment. The collection was created using pastels and each of the following students in Doney’s Drawing II class contributed.

The exhibition, free and open to the public, runs through May at Dunn’s office, 191 Main Street, Suite D, Chester, from Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding public holidays.

“This is a wonderful chance for the community to view the high-quality work produced by CCM students and perhaps purchase a painting of a local setting if they wish,” said Doney.

For more information about CCM’s Visual Arts program, visit