Tag: Margery Amdur

The Light of Day: Graduate Paints Outdoor Mural for Camden Children’s Garden

The Light of Day: Graduate Paints Outdoor Mural for Camden Children’s Garden

Truth be told, says Sarah Germani, there was a not-so-distant time ago when she would have never dreamed of showing her artwork in public. She was more likely to hide her paintings at home, than to ever let them see the light of day, recalls the 2015 graduate of Rutgers–Camden with a bachelor’s degree in […]

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Breaking the Ice: Rutgers Students Ignite Creativity and Share Camaraderie on Inspiring Iceland Trip

Breaking the Ice: Rutgers Students Ignite Creativity and Share Camaraderie on Inspiring Iceland Trip

As Margery Amdur explains, art is a product of the culture in which it exists – and making art requires dedication and commitment to a rigorous practice where outcomes are often unknown. “Much art comes from knowing oneself and one’s relationship to others, the environment, and location,” says the associate professor of art at Rutgers […]

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Rutgers–Camden Artist’s Work Showcased in Solo Exhibition at The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton College

Rutgers–Camden Artist’s Work Showcased in Solo Exhibition at The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton College

Although creating extraordinary constructions in three dimensions, Rutgers–Camden artist Margery Amdur views herself as a painter. The influence of 20 years as an installation artist is evident in the complex works she assembles, combining aspects of installation art, painting and sculpture. A practitioner of yoga and meditation, she works in an intuitive, meticulous, and methodical […]

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