Straube Center Winter Art Show

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A Group Show of Eight Talented Local Artists
Running from January 15th- February 26th.
Gallery Hours: 10am 4pm daily and 12pm-4pm Sunday through Saturday
Opening Reception: January 15th from 5pm 7pm

Painting by Nancy Herrington "Following the Source"

Win Straube, President and CEO of Straube Corporation presents the Straube Center Winter Art Show which will open on January 15th and runs through February 26, 2010 at the newly refurbished office complex at Straube Center on Route 31 & W. Franklin Avenue in Pennington, NJ. Buildings 100 & I-108 will feature supremely-talented local artists. Located within the Princeton business corridor, this exceptional new art show is always free to the public, and will feature the following awe-inspiring artists:

Richard J. Carroll, a New Jersey based photographer; Katherine B. Strong, a self-taught painter living in Connecticut; Charles McCollough, a sculptor from Hopewell; Cathy Conroy, a photographer living in Blairstown; Lauren Curtis, a painter and photographer from Somerset; Nicole Fredrickson a painter from Skillman; Nancy Herrington, a painter from Belle Mead, and David Lehman, a painter from Collegeville, PA.

Enjoy and support these amazing artists at the Opening Reception while enjoying wonderful hors doeuvres, all free of charge! There will be sculpture, photography, and paintings from artists who live less than an hour away! Discuss the artists life and works some may live in your own neighborhood! Bring family and friends! With such a wonderful diversity of mediums and styles, there will be something for everyone to enjoy!

No reservations are required. For more information, please contact Straube Center management office: One Straube Center Boulevard (Route 31 & W. Franklin Ave.), Pennington, NJ 08534; Tel: 609-737-3322; Fax: 609-737-6829; E-mail:; or visit our website:


One Straube Center Blvd • Pennington, NJ 08534 • Phone: 609-737-3322 • E-mail:
Straube Center Boulevard surrounded by Route 31, West Franklin Ave., Knowles Ave.-Bixby’s Way, and Broemel Place