events and classes

art making classes and workshops

Whether you come to meet an artist, learn to draw or paint, 

or have your child's silhouette cut,
Juxtapose is always offering fun events for the entire family!



PASTEL WORKS by Jeri Greenberg

Opening Reception, Friday, April 6, 6-9pm

Live Music, Refreshments, Family Friendly

Exhibit Runs through May 3

art classes and workshops


MARCH 21 ~ MAY 9, 2018

7-9 PM

Bruce Waldman, who has over 30 years experience teaching art, uses his book "Drawing for Everyone" to explain step-by-step the basic principles: line, shape & form, light & shadow, value, 

composition and perspective. 

But most of all, how to have fun with it!

  • *BYOB, 'Girls Night' or 'Date    Night'
  • $265 includes all materials
  • ALL LEVELS welcome 
  • Pre-pd registration required

Release Your Inner Artist Spirit! For the novice or those looking to enhance their skills

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we are  always adding different classes and workshops to our calendar.

Keep us informed!  If there is a class we don't run but you'd love to attend, let us know! 

 We will do our best to try to make it happen!  




April 20 (Still Life)

& May 18 (Spring Flower Field)


This is NOT your 

run-of-the-mill drinking art class!

Each piece will reflect your own unique vision.

  • Taught by NJ exhibiting & teaching artist Debbie Livingston
  • $60 for two hours
  • Includes refreshments, wine & professional-grade art supplies
  • Bring your own photo reference or use ours
  • Coupon towards custom framing your art
  • ALL LEVELS welcome
  • Private parties available
  • Pre-paid registration is required  

silhouette day

Ruth Grabner has been cutting silhouettes of people and pets for over 40 years.

It all began when working as an art teacher; the Headmistress asked Ruth to cut silhouettes at the annual school fair.  She has been using her skills ever since.   

An art graduate of Pratt Institute, this New Jersey artist starts with a sketch, then with her special French shears, cuts her paper with amazing mastery.  

The tradition of silhouette portraits was at its most popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. The name is derived from Etienne de Silhouette, a mid-18th century French Finance Minister, whose hobby was cut-out profiles. The collecting of this medium became widespread, the collection of Goethe being an outstanding example.   

The average time it takes to cut is 15 minutes. We suggest for the younger children, to bring them in post-naptime and with a full belly along with a book or lap-sized activity to help keep them from the wiggles.   

Silhouettes make GREAT gifts! Plan ahead!

town events

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