NJ Arts Annual Exhibition

Published: March 29, 2023

Mother Nature vs. Human Nature: The Inequity of Climate Resilience

Recently, one of my paintings was selected to be part of the NJ Arts Annual 2023 exhibition “Mother Nature vs. Human Nature: The Inequity of Climate Resilience”. It was an incredible honor to be featured in one of the most prestigious events on the New Jersey Arts calendar.

This exhibition is a project of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and is currently hosted by the Noyes Art Museum in Atlantic City. The exhibition brought together a diverse group of artists from around the state. Featuring a wide range of styles and mediums, from abstract paintings to mixed media sculptures, providing a comprehensive look at the current trends in art.

The selection process for this year’s exhibit was highly competitive, with over 825 paintings submitted, I was thrilled to learn that my painting “Naturae Lamentum” was among the 103 pieces chosen for display. This painting is an impressive representation of the clash between nature and humanity, with a composition full of symbolism that reflects my vision of the relationship between the two worlds.

This recognition is particularly meaningful to me and it’s a testament to the hours of work and the thought that I put into this painting. I am incredibly grateful to be recognized in this way. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the organizers of the exhibition, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the Noyes Art Museum for providing a platform for artists like myself to showcase our work and expose it to a broader audience.

I hope that “Nature Lamentum” resonates with viewers and continues to inspire conversation and reflection on the relationship between nature and humanity. I look forward to sharing more of my work in the future and being part of more exhibitions like this one.