A virtual conversation and art sale benefiting Town Clock CDC, featuring works by Town Clock residents,
artists Lauren Weinstein, Linda LaStella,
and Andrea Giordano, and more.
Art for Sale
Works by Town Clock CDC Residents
These pieces were all created by Town Clock CDC residents as part of an ongoing art workshop with resident artist Lauren Weinstein. Tune in to Spreading Our Wings on March 25 to hear more about this process of healing and self-expression through art. 75% of the proceeds of the residents' pieces goes directly to the artists.
Works by Featured Artists
by Andrea Giordano
“Swallowtail” is one of several butterfly paintings by local artist Andrea Giordano. It is the first of her butterflies to be offered in acrylic and features a black butterfly on a soft blue-gray background landing among delicate flower blossoms.
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Andrea Giordano is an artist/biologist and the owner of AGFineArt, an online gallery featuring original art and artistic gifts. She paints in both oil and acrylic media. Visit her website for more information or follow her work on Instagram @agfineartgallery.
by Linda LaStella
This quartet of glazed porcelain "spirit angels" tiles are one-of-a-kind, made by Linda LaStella from Earthsongs Ceramic Studio. They are suitable for hanging indoors or outdoors.
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Earthsongs Studio, established by Linda Vonderschmidt-LaStella and Nino Pasquale LaStella in 1993, is located in the heart of a small town, Metuchen, NJ. The couple’s desire was to create both a working studio and an oasis of peace in the midst of the frenzy of life in Central New Jersey. The house and out-building, both nearly 100 years old, along with the gardens were designed to attract and provide a sanctuary for visitors.
The Gift of Time: Town Clock CDC's Mission to Heal
by Lauren Weinstein
Preorder award-winning cartoonist Lauren Weinstein's limited-edition comic book about Town Clock CDC survivors' experiences with domestic violence and their journey of healing.
Curated by coLAB Arts and supported by grant funding provided by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.
Lauren Weinstein is a cartoonist and artist whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Bookforum, Nautilus, and The Guardian, among many other outlets. For the past twenty years, her funny, beautiful, and bizarre comics and graphic novels have addressed universal human issues such as mortality, time, and most recently, motherhood.