Walk Through Jockey Hollow and New Jersey's Gardens and Parks
Amy Scala started painting last March after a few fun events at Pinot's Palette in Morristown. Trained in dance, theater and music, she never explored art; her sister Lyn, was the artist in the family.
Medium is acrylic on paper. Amy's favorite subjects include: red barns, gardens, flowers and trees. Throughout the summer she painted outside of the Jockey Hollow Visitor Center, so much of her exhibit focuses on Jockey Hollow's beauty. The exhibit also features paintings from the Frelinghuysen and Willowwood Arboretums, Bamboo Brook, Burnham Park, and other beautiful gardens. Recently, she has turned her paintings into note and Christmas cards.
Amy has lived in Mendham since 2002, and is a member of NJ PleinAir Painters. Facebook page:AScala Artwork.
Please stop by the Library in February to enjoy her "Walk Through Jockey Hollow and New Jersey's Gardens and Parks" exhibition.