In light of public safety measures that have closed the Freehold Art Gallery, which we hope will lifted by the end of April, our current art show featuring Freehold artist, Mary Caruso-Albert has been extended through May 31. Mary Caruso-Albert is one of Freeholds most notable artists.
“Mary’s iconic work tells the story of today’s Freehold, and we are thrilled to be hosting this exhibit,” curator Jill Barba said.
Mary will be available to give gallery visitors a tour of her work, discuss her process and her subjects during Meet and Greet sessions to be announced
“Freehold’s architecture, and history has always intrigued me,” Ms. Caruso-Albert explained. “When I started working in watercolor, it was a simple decision to paint the interesting buildings in Freehold.”
Caruso-Albert is best known for her watercolors of New Jersey’s historical sights, landscapes, the Jersey Shore and of course, Freehold. Prints and notecards will be available for purchase at the gallery.
“My favorite work is commissioned paintings that I call ‘Memories.’
These paintings of homes, children, and vacation spots bring joy, a lasting joy, to the people who want them created.” Mary said.