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Local Artist Displays Work in Princeton and at Newark Museum

July 12, 2021


Montgomery Township's Spriha Gupta has art on display at two different venues this month: in Princeton and at the Newark Museum of Art.


The museum show, titled "ReVision and Respond" is an annual juried exhibition sponsored by the NJ State Council on the Arts, and will be on view through Sunday, August 22. This year’s exhibition jurors reviewed more than 1,800 entries from 484 artists across New Jersey.

Spriha Gupta at the Ficus-Bon Vivant restaurant on Nassau Street in Princeton, where her work is on display.

The Newark Museum jurors selected 50 works by 45 artists (including Gupta) that powerfully interpreted this year’s "ReVision and Respond" theme, inspired by artists’ crucial role in our society as they offer nuanced perspectives on our current and future worlds.


Gupta’s paintings incorporate golden threads and other materials. She says she is influenced by her Indian cultural roots and is “fearless in her use of colors.”

Spriha Gupta's mixed-media painting titled "Fractured 6" is on display at the Newark Museum of Art.

Visit newarkmuseumart.org for more information.


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Her work also is on display in two private dining rooms at Ficus-Bon Vivant, 235A Nassau Street, in Princeton through August 4. (ficusbv.com).

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