January 2018 Exhibit
Torah is Like a Group Show
Paintings and Mixed Medium by Jeffrey Packard






This exhibit features a selection of etchings and watercolors that depict weekly portions of the Torah. The exhibit also includes oil paintings of mystical landscapes and skyscapes, as well as stained glass. and neon sculpture. Jeffery has been an artist all his life and earned his degree from Cornell University. In 2009, he had a stroke and was forced to learn everything again, including painting with his left hand.

January 2-31 | Meet-the-Artist Reception: Tues, Jan 9, 6:30-8:30 PM



December 2017 Exhibit
Hidden in the Backstreets
Photographs on Metal by Chelsea Beck






This exhibition features photos of graffiti and street art, which reveal ways that today's youth seek distraction. “My natural eye for street art and otherwise overlooked objects and aspects of society is a great passion and a concept I strive to show in my work,” says Chelsea. “I believe street art is not only a skilled and attractive medium, but also a conduit by which many artists in my generation express their thoughts, views and feelings about the current state in which we live.” Born and raised in Norwood, NJ, Chelsea attended Northern Valley Old Tappan Regional High School, where she enjoyed photography as a hobby. But it was while she was earning her BA in Sociology at the University of Colorado at Boulder, that the culture, lifestyle and natural beauty of the region ultimately inspired her to pursue photography as a career. She worked as a freelance photographer for numerous publications in Denver, and just completed a post-graduate degree in Photography at the University of the Arts, London. She currently lives in Los Angeles, where she is pursuing her photography. To see more her work, visit: www.chelsealynbeck.com

Exhibition: December 2 - 29


Located on the second floor of the JCC, the Waltuch Gallery is a community space that exhibits thematically Jewish artwork, or art produced by a Jewish artist. Artists are mostly local, though some exhibits feature artists from around the country and the world. The Waltuch Gallery exhibit and receptions are free and open to the community. All of the work on exhibit is for sale and a portion of the proceeds go to support programming efforts in the JCC.

If you are interested in displaying in the Waltuch Gallery, please click here for the application. Your completed application, along with 5 image files of your work should be emailed to Nina Bachrach at nbachrach@jccotp.org. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Nina at 201.408.1406 or at the email above.