Unity Bank Hosts Exhibit Of Township Artists

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“A Door In Uruguay,” a photo by Lynn Levine, is part of the Franklin Township Cultural Arts Council exhibit being hosted by Unity Bank’s Somerset Branch in October.
Photo: Unity Bank.

The work of eight township artists is on display through October at Unity Bank, 120 Cedar Grove Lane.

The bank is hosting the exhibit of paintings and photographs in conjunction with the Franklin Township Cultural Arts Council.

The exhibit, which is open during branch lobby operating hours, features work from members of the council’s visual arts committee. The branch lobby is open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

Alexander Shedlock, Unity’s Somerset branch assistant relationship manager, is a member of the council’s visual arts committee and has sought to partner with local non-profit organizations since the branch opened in November 2012, according to a release about the event.

“As a community bank, Unity looks for interesting opportunities to support organizations serving the needs of local residents,” Shedlock said in the release. “The art exhibit has generated a great deal of interest and exposure for the Arts Council and we look forward to similar opportunities in the future.”

The pieces on exhibit are available for purchase.

Local artists featured in the exhibit are:

  • Nancy Friedman-Cohen
  • Emily Kern
  • Lynn Levine
  • Denis McGrath
  • Eleanor Morehouse
  • Tina Nummela
  • Linda Raimondi
  • Irwin Vogel
  • Jackie Weighart


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