MORRIS COUNTY — Assemblyman Anthony Bucco is hosting an exhibition in his Randolph office of artwork created by County College of Morris (CCM) visual arts students.
The exhibition, at 1040 Route 10 West, Suite 104 in Randolph, runs through August. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Nine students from Professor Todd Doney’s Drawing II course were selected to have their pastel paintings of Morris County displayed in the reception area of the office. Doney says that the exhibition represents the ongoing partnership between Bucco and the Visual Arts department to continue to showcase the outstanding work of CCM’s visual arts students.
The students who created the pieces on exhibition are Veronica Gancher, of Riverdale; Lily Naylor, of Sparta; Anna Rodrigues, of Randolph; Lia Scherr, of Rockaway; Jorge Jarmilla, of Dover; Phebe Kressler, of Livingston; Aileen Beehler, of Long Valley; Quincy Penn, of Morris Plains; and Alex von Aulock, of Lake Hopatcong.
Also on display in the assemblyman’s office is a pastel painting by Doney and still life paintings by Professor Marco Cutrone.
Bucco over the years has hosted numerous exhibitions of CCM students’ artwork.
To learn more about the Visual Arts Program at CCM click here.