Geneva library announces April Artist of the Month

  • Artwork by CJ Hungerman, such as this piece sparkling with glitter and gold leaf, is on display at the Geneva Public Library as part of the "April Artist of the Month."

    Artwork by CJ Hungerman, such as this piece sparkling with glitter and gold leaf, is on display at the Geneva Public Library as part of the "April Artist of the Month." Courtesy of CJ Hungerman

 
 
Updated 4/3/2019 7:34 PM

Geneva Public Library, 127 James St., announces the "Artist for the Month" for April is CJ Hungerman.

Hungerman creates art based on his interaction with people and places.

 

The shapes and colors represent the variety of people he engages during his daily routine.

Even though the colors and odd shapes should not collectively work together, he has found a way to place them side by side successfully, rendering them as one harmonious piece. He does this to demonstrate the way all of us can interact with each other as we traverse through the friction of life.

Hungerman earned a Masters of Fine Art from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, a Bachelor of Fine Art at West Virginia University, and a Bachelor of Science Design at West Liberty State University, West Virginia.

To learn more about Hungerman, visit cj-hungerman.squarespace.com or

The Geneva Public Library seeks local artists to display their work in the art gallery on a monthly basis.

The library seeks local artists to display their work on a monthly basis. The library has an art gallery for 2-D exhibits and the fireplace area for both 2-D and 3-D exhibits. A minimum of seven pieces and a maximum of 17 pieces in the art gallery area are required.

For more information, call Erin Wittry at (630) 313-1008, or visit gpld.org/visit-the-art-gallery-2005.

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