Glass and Paper

by Press Release | Apr 11, 2005
Glass and Paper Creative Genius Art Gallery and Studio is proud to host Glass and Paper: A Dual Exhibit featuring the works of artists Marlene Frisella and Wendy Kershner Sozerman. This exhibit will run from April 9th-29th and starts off on Saturday April 9th with an opening reception from 7-10pm.

The artists create in two varied methods. Ms. Frisella creates colorful and often whimsical paintings on glass using windows as her canvas. Using both sides of her surface, the artist creates paintings which become a part of their environment based on the surface they are hung upon. Ms. Kershner Sozerman uses handmade paper and other media to form collages conveying messages and meaning for the viewer. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 9th, 2005 from 7-10pm. Refreshments will be served and the artists will be in attendance. This event is open to the public and all are invited to attend.

Creative Genius is a fine art and fine craft gallery dedicated to offering one-of-a-kind and limited edition hand-crafted fine art and fine craft in all price ranges as well as a full range of art instruction and workshops. It is located in the heart of historic Medford Village at 32 B North Main Street/Route 541.

Creative Genius Art Gallery and Studio deals directly with artists in offering American-made products in the gallery, offering art buying services and even creating customized art parties for children and adults. Proprietors Julie Basello-Holt and Chris Holt combine many years of skill in art instruction, education and operations management with their passion for visual arts. Together, they offer a personalized and unique artistic shopping and learning experience.

Please join them in supporting Marlene Frisella and Wendy Kershner Sozerman on April 9th, 2005. For more information, call (609) 714-1131, or visit Creative Genius on the web at

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