COLORS on Display at Montclair Public Library


The Montclair Public Library’s art series continues with “COLORS,” created by artist Brian Riley, on display through November 29 in the gallery of the Main Library, 50 South Fullerton Avenue.

In his latest body of work titled COLORS, Bloomfield, New Jersey artist, Brian Riley expresses concepts of place, energy, body, balance, rhythm, nature, and abstraction into composed moments of colorful wonder.

Over the past 25 years Brian has found that the motivation behind the art he makes is rooted in a personal investigation into how the external affects the internal and vice versa. His art is the result of the melding of energies, guided by intuition.

Choosing to not over explain his work, Brian allows doorways into our personal interpretive world to open thus enabling creative energy to manifest as inspiration for the cycle to continue. “If my love for creative energy can manifest into something that inspires, then the work I do is successful.”

This Colorful, expressive and fun body of work will be on view at the Montclair Public Library during the month of November and is not to be missed.

You can see more about Brian on his website

The Library welcomes inquiries from local artists and arts organizations about our exhibit space. For more information, contact the Montclair Public Library (973) 744-0500 ext. 2221.

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