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Generations: A Father / Daughter Exhibition

March 23 @ 12:00 pm - April 14 @ 1:00 pm

Saturday | March 23RD from 12PM to 3PM
Thursday | March 28TH  from 6PM to 8PM
Saturday | April 6TH form 12PM to 3PM
Sunday | April 14TH | Closing Bruch will be held from 11AM to 1PM for a final viewing of the exhibit.

Featuring the paintings, sculptures and relief art of John Giannotti and the nature photography of Keara Giannotti

John Giannotti, sculptor of Haddy, is professor emeritus at Rutgers University, where he served as Fine Arts Chair in Camden and Director of Junior Year Abroad in Italy. His paintings and sculptures are in numerous public and private collections worldwide, including his bronze monuments of Madame Curie and Walt Whitman at Soka University in Japan. Additional castings of Walt Whitman are installed in the cities of the poet’s birth and death, Huntington, NY and Camden, NJ. In addition to Haddy, John has donated his services to create several sculptures and relief paintings for the Borough of Haddonfield, including The Little Artist sculpture at Tatem, the Rosie Hymerling mural at Tatem, and the Last Buttonwood painting at the library. He has served as a consultant and Board member at the Markeim and at HOST, the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust. To see more of John’s paintings and sculptures, including his recent work on the Temple Owl bronze, visit his website, GiannottiStudios.com

Keara R. Giannotti is a naturalist and the founder/director of Camp Creek Run, a nonprofit 50-acre camp & nature preserve that is dedicated to connecting children with the natural world. As an environmental educator, she embraces nature study as both a science and an art form. Her goal with nature photography is not only to capture the beauty of the subject, but to create composed, descriptive pictures that document intimate, macro details of plants, animals, and fungi to be used as reference to deepen her understanding, and share it with others. Keara finds joy in the process of discovery and documenting the details and diversity of life, and considers every moment outdoors an opportunity to observe and learn. Keara shares her snaps and science & nature musings on Instagram (@Keara.Giannotti), and also on her website, LetsGoGetLost.org

Music provided by “Reasonable Volume”.  Shandon Willey and Donte Goldston


March 23 @ 12:00 pm
April 14 @ 1:00 pm
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Markeim Arts Center
104 Walnut Street (Lincoln Ave & Walnut St)
Haddonfield, NJ 08033 United States
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