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'Black, White, & Everything in Between?' - Fall 2014 art exhibit at Kilmer Library

September 23, 2014
Artwork by ToniAnn Eisman

Artwork by ToniAnn Eisman

The Rutgers University Libraries invites members of the Rutgers community and the general public to view "What's Black, White, and Everything in Between?" - a solo exhibition of the artworks of ToniAnn Eisman. This exhibit is the fall 2014 display at the Kilmer Library, on the Livingston campus.

In the works featured in the exhibit Eisman's renders various situations and still-life images in a nearly monochromatic palette. Eisman varies mediums from charcoal to pencil to oil paints, allowing viewers to compare and contrast the same artistic approach in different mediums.

ToniAnn Eisman, a native of Neptune, New Jersey, is currently a sophomore at Mason Gross School of Arts at Rutgers University. She is majoring in visual arts with a concentration in painting, and a double major in psychology.  

For information on the hours of operation of the Kilmer Library, please see: http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/hours