Cynthia Groya : 150 Years AfterThe Civil War: A Contemporary Perspective

Cynthia Groya, CONSECRATION (Gettysburg) artwork
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Sunday, March 6, 2016

Garden Room Reception

Sunday, January 24, 3:00 - 5:00 pm


Cynthia Groya was born in Indiana and studied painting and printmaking at SACI in Florence, Italy, received a BFA from Drake University, studied intaglio, lithography and screen printing at Parsons, The New School. She recently completed a residency at Mass MoCA Assets for Artists in North Adams, Massachusetts. Groya has participated in over 50 group/juried exhibitions and 3 solo exhibitions. She lives in Princeton, NJ.

As a museum teacher for the St. Louis Art Museum in the early 90’s, Groya was heavily influenced by the historical narrative of Anselm Kiefer’s work. She directed a symposium “Art For Our Time: A Multicultural Perspective” and formed an art school, CAPS! to pursue Cultural Diversity in the art vernacular. Groya was motivated to pursue the ongoing outcome of the Civil War by her own personal narrative and ongoing reflections on the current ‘battlefield’ of civil rights.

For additional viewing hours call Chuck Hammond at Nassau Club 609.924.0580



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