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Sacred at Parlor Gallery

The weather is warmer! (sort of) so hop down to Asbury Park’s Parlor Gallery for a truly religious experience. Their show opening this Saturday features work by our friend Ray Geary, so make sure to check it out!


Parlor Gallery presents the opening of “Sacred” A Group Show Exploring Religious Iconography and Ancient Symbols

Parlor Gallery is pleased to present the opening reception of our new show “Sacred” A Group Show Exploring Religious Iconography and Ancient Symbols. In celebration, an opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 19th, 7:00 – 11:00 PM.


Artists in this show include Daniel Albrigo, Gemma Danielle Bayly, Vicki Berndt, Martine Birobent, John Brophy, Grace DeGennaro, Mike Egan, Ray Geary, Victor Grasso, Paul Koudounaris, Kevin Ledo, Meghan McAleavy, Ramon Maiden, Porkchop, Robert Ryan, Adrienne Slane, Michael Thomsen, Linda Vallejo, and Ravi Zupa.

This exhibition explores many aspects of religion. Some of the artists in this show have chosen to portray traditional icons in Christianity with an updated twist. For example, Martine Birobent continues her “muzzled dolls” series, but this time with Virgin Mary statuettes. Other artists such as Vicki Berndt and John Brophy are reinterpreting the idea of a “modern” saint, while Dr. Paul Koudounaris has traveled the world uncovering and photographing ancient bejeweled saintly skeletons that have been tucked away for centuries. In a more subtle exploration, Grace DeGennaro and Gemma Danielle Bayly use ancient patterns of sacred geometry to express the spiritual realm.

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