July 1-8: The extraordinary exhibit “Salvador
Dali: The Argillet Collection” moves to Stone
Harbor for a rare opportunity to see Dali’s
collaborative work from the Argillet Estate.
Madame Christine Argillet, curator of the collection and daughter of Pierre Argillet, Salvador
Dali’s publisher and confidante, will appear at
the gallery for a series of meet and greets, July 4,
1-4 PM; July 5, 7-10 PM; and July 6, 1-4 PM. RSVP
required, free admission. 9618 Third Ave, Stone
Harbor (609-368-7777, oceangalleries.com).
Great Bay Gallery
July 23-Aug 30: The exhibit “Beyond the Sidewalk: Hidden Treasures” features paintings of
special backyard spaces. Gallery owner Kathleen
Arleth calls the show a summer project rather
than an exhibit. Arleth gathered 16 artists to
paint the peculiarities and details found in 12
local backyards. Wed-Sat, 3-8 PM; free. 829 Bay
Ave, Somers Point (609-653-4991, greatbayart-gallery.com).
Thru July 4: The exhibit “Made in New Jersey”
features work by 10 illustrators. Each piece
A STITCH IN TIME
July 1-Aug 15 The Morris Mu-
seum presents “Semper Tedium:
The Slow Art of Quiltmaking.”
Latin for “always tedious,” “semper
tedium” celebrates “slow art.” The
quilts on display were handcrafted
for more than two decades before
completion and range in materials
from yarn to woven credit cards.
Tues-Sat, 11 AM- 5 PM; Sun, noon- 5
PM. 6 Normandy Heights Road,
Morristown ( morrismuseum.org).
Free H Free Parking V Children Free
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