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r j clawson extinctATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ – Artist R.J. Clawson will have a pop-up exhibition of his artworks at 68 First Avenue (Sea Sons / Across from The Memphis Pig Out) in Atlantic Highlands, NJ. R.J. Clawson is a self-taught developing artist who creates abstract acrylic paintings. The pop-up exhibition will showcase approximately 10-14 of Clawson’s works.

 

R.J. Clawson’s abstract piece “Dripper’s Drift” was part of the “Main Hall Mango Madness & Member Summer Salon” where exhibiting artists were the last group to show their work in The Armory before The Studios of Key West moved to its new home.

R.J. Clawson lives and creates his art here in Atlantic Highlands. Clawson said “I am excited and eager to have the chance to do this show.  Having been elsewhere these past 7 years it is nice to have the opportunity to display my artwork locally in the town where I was born and raised.”


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The show will be located at 68 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716 from 6PM to 9PM on 11OCT2014.

 

About Artist R.J. Clawson:

R.J. Clawson lives in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey and his artwork has been displayed in the “Main Hall Mango Madness & Member Summer Salon” at The Armory (The Studios of Key West). R.J. recently transitioned out of the U.S. COAST GUARD and is currently a Full-Time Student enrolled in NJIT’s School of Architecture and Design. His website can be found at www.rjclawson.com.


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...