Upcoming Exhibits


July - August 2016

Main Gallery


Against the Grain: Art of the Counterculture - Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market

July 30 - August 27, 2016 ( Opening Reception - August 6, 6-9pm )

Curated by the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market, Against the Grain: Art of the Counterculture shines a spotlight on punk's current impact on art. This show will feature dozens of counterculture artists who aspire to swim upstream & maintain against the grain with divergent ways of thinking and a strong DIY ethic. These are the artists of the underground. 

Join us on the August 6th, 2016 from 6-9pm, the night before the August installment of the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market, for the opening reception of this punk inspired exhibition.

 Community Gallery

CYO Summer Camp Children’s Art Exhibition

 July 30 - August 27, 2016 ( Opening Reception - July 30, 4-6pm )

Exhibition of works created by the children of the CYO Mercer Summer Camp.


ArtLab Gallery

Donald Brockington - TBA

 July 30 - August 27, 2016 ( Opening Reception - July 30, 6-8pm )

Artworks Outsider Artist Open Studio Program artist Donald Brockington will be showing his works which he created over the last two years in his first solo exhibition.

September 2016

Main Gallery

Mujeres - Curated by Eva Loayza

September 6- October 1, 2016 ( Opening Reception - September 10, 6-8pm )


The Mujeres Exhibition shows the complexity and range of Latina women and Latino culture in the United States. This all female exhibition demonstrates that we are more than feisty, fiery, spicy and all the other adjectives that have been assigned to us by mainstream culture; that we are more than the limited portrayals in the media by featuring Latina artists of different backgrounds, experiences and mediums.

Latinas have been over sexualized and oversimplified. As one study put it, "one may infer that Latinas are overly sensual but also religious, conservative and family oriented. They have a Spanish accent and a homogeneous look...In fact, Latinas are a heterogeneous group with different levels of assimilation in the USA, dis-similar cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, and diverse physical builds.”

As Latinos, we are often lumped under a title that’s so vast that our individuality is lost. We come from different countries, some of us directly, others through family ties. We have our own dialects, our own food, our own holidays and traditions. While language and cultural similarities bond us, we are uniquely different. We hope to put this diversity on display with Mujeres.


La Exhibición Mujeres demuestra la complejidad y el alcance de la mujer latina y la cultura latina en los Estados Unidos. Esta exhibición totalmente femenina demuestra que las mujeres somos mucho más que luchadoras, ardientes, picantes y todos los demás adjetivos que se nos han asignado por la cultura dominante; que somos más que la limitada representación de artistas latinas en los medios de comunicación, de diferentes orígenes, experiencias y medios.

Las latinas han sido sobre sexualizadas y sobre simplificadas. Como indicó un estudio, "se puede inferir que las latinas son excesivamente sensuales, sino también religiosas, conservadoras y orientadas a la familia. Tienen un acento español y un aspecto homogéneo “... De hecho, las latinas son un grupo heterogéneo con diferentes niveles de asimilación de los EE.UU., disímiles antecedentes culturales y socioeconómicos, y diversa constitución física.

Como latinas, con frecuencia nos agrupamos un poco bajo algo que es tan vasto, que nuestra individualidad se pierde. Venimos de diferentes países, algunas de nosotras directamente, otras a través de lazos familiares. Tenemos nuestros propios dialectos, nuestras propias fiestas y tradiciones. Mientras que el lenguaje y similitudes culturales nos unen, somos únicas y diferentes. Esperamos poner esta diversidad en la pantalla con Mujeres.



Esperanza Cortes

Guadalupe Reyes

Jennifer Rivera

Tamara Torres

Mary Valverde


Community Gallery

 Considering Harm - Pamela Flynn

September 6 - October 1, 2016 ( Opening Reception - September 10, 6-8pm )

Considering Harm is a traveling art exhibit that brings awareness to the issue of gun violence in our communities. Considering Harm is a collection of mixed media pieces that are contemplative works on gun violence. Each work is exhibited with a small plaque under it with text that refers to an incident involving gun violence from the area where the project is being exhibited-for this exhibit this would be from Trenton. This exhibit forces the viewer to Consider Harm.


Art Lab

 Sleeping on the Street - Larry McKim

September 6 - October 1, 2016 ( Opening Reception - September 10, 6-8pm )


October 2016

 Main Gallery, Community Gallery, Artlab

Art Of Darkness


November 2016

 Main Gallery

Art All Day 2016

November 12 - December 11, 2016 ( Opening Reception - November 12, 6-8pm )


Community Gallery

 Evolution - Abelardo Montano

November 12 - December 11, 2016 ( Opening Reception - November 12, 6-8pm )

“Evolution” represents not only my own progression as an artist, but also the inevitable influence and opportunities that digitalization has brought into the art world.  One of my main concerns as an artist is to maintain the “human touch” and to avoid the “coldness” that digital work can convey while trying to be true to my own style.  I believe that art is successful only if it is able to provoke a thought, a feeling, or emotion, and I aim to achieve this through composition, color and texture

December 2016 - January 2017 

 Main Gallery

10x10 Exhibition

December 12, 2016 - January 14, 2017 ( Opening Reception - December 12, 6-9pm )

The Main Gallery will be showing the always popular 10x10 Red Dot Exhibition.  Over 200 10"x10" canvases have been specially painted or adorned for Artworks.  Each canvas will sell for 100.00, with 50.00 going to the artist, and 50.00 to Artworks.  All canvases purchased the night of the reception, can be brought home that night.  This is a perfect way to pick up a gift for the holidays for that hard to buy for person.  Canvases where supplied by Jerry's Artarama in Lawrenceville, and frames will be available for purchase, which are supplied by Framesmith of Princeton.


Community Gallery

 Members Exhibition

December 12, 2016 - January 14, 2017 ( Opening Reception - December 12, 6-9pm )


Art Lab

Outsider Artist Open Studio Exhibition

December 12, 2016 - January 14, 2017 ( Opening Reception - December 12, 6-9pm )

This exhibition will showcase the works of Artworks Outsider Artist Open Studio Program.  These artists have worked diligently to produce works over the course of the year to bring you this eclectic mix of paintings, collage, and mixed media works.