RED BANK, NJ - Bill Rybak will exhibit his work in the windows of the Art Alliance during the month of June. Rybak’s images come from a day spent exploring one of Jersey City’s brooding old industrial spaces and the play of the late afternoon light through its dust covered and filtered windows. After ten years working in Jersey City he moved his studio to the Hudson Valley town of Lloyd, NY, where he currently resides.
Rybak is a sculptor, painter, and graphic artist. He has taught at Parsons and The New School in NYC, is a former board member of the NY Theatrical Artists and Craftspeople, and a former co-operator of the G.A.S. Gallery in Poughkeepsie, NY.
In the Art Alliance gallery Rybak will jury work the themes Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (or Woman) and Virtual Reality.
A Virtual Artist Reception will be held Saturday, June 5th at 6PM. The artist will talk about his work and there will be a guided tour of the exhibition in the gallery. These exhibitions are on view in person at the Art Alliance Gallery, June 8th through June 29th, Tuesday – Saturday, 12-4 PM. Free of charge. Patrons are expected to wear masks and a maximum of six patrons are invited into the gallery at one time. Art Alliance of Monmouth County, 33 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ.
For more information, visit the website at www.artallianceofmonmouth.org, or visit or call the gallery during operating hours, (732) 842-9403.
Founded in 1978, the Art Alliance of Monmouth County is dedicated to promoting the advancement of the visual arts and providing exhibition, studio, and classroom space to local artists. New members are always welcome.
Membership in the Art Alliance is open to visual artists at any skill level and to art lovers. Membership fee is $50 per year, $25 for students with id. Benefits of membership include reduced entry fee for all exhibits ($5 per piece for up to 3 pieces for members; $10 per piece for non-members); affordable studio space; diverse classes and workshops; networking opportunities; the possibility of mounting an independent exhibit during the summer. In addition, the Art Alliance maintains a website, a bi-monthly newsletter, and a Facebook page.
Programming at the Art Alliance is made possible in part by Monmouth Arts through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, and the New Jersey State Council on the arts.