1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Meet the Artists reception for Bob Carman and Judy Scull
Carman is a graduate of the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, earning his BFA in illustration and graphic arts. An award winning illustrator and water colorist, he was Art Director at the General Electric Space Technology Center in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, prior to establishing his own advertising agency. Copies of his work done for the General Electric Company commemorating space travel are in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. and the Kremlin in Russia. Carman has traveled to the Far East and Europe and spent several years in England with the U.S. Air Force. His years at Bushy Park Air Force Base became the basis for his first novel, “Hampton Wick”, a story of love and war following World War II. Carman is a New Jersey native and currently resides in Upper Deerfield.
Scull attended Glassboro State College and the University of the Arts. She obtained a Masters in Art Education in 1979. Scull taught elementary and high school art and was the Supervisor of Visual Art for the Bridgeton City District. Scull is president of The Society of New Jersey Artists and an Associate Artist at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts in Millville, NJ. She has won numerous awards for her paintings, most recently the New Jersey State Senior Citizens 1st Place Award for Pastel in the professional category 2011. Her style of painting is realistic and her subject matter is the environment. Her main medium today is watercolor although she has won awards for oils and pastels.