LESLIE NOBLER’S mixed media work can be viewed in several online exhibitions.
Works from her forthcoming, tentatively titled, “Book of
Heroines,” are available now or will shortly be available to view on three sites: Studio Montclair’s annual show, State of the Art 2020; the Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County in Freehold’s “Artists from Within: Creations in Quarantine,” scheduled to go live July 20; and the International Virtual Festival of Arts in Q-Tine presented by the Patchogue Arts Council.
“Protect the Refugees” can be viewed in “Prayers for the Pandemic; Prayers for Progress,” an exhibit of New Jersey artists sponsored by the Drawing Rooms Gallery of Jersey City. Some of Nobler’s images exhibited here are also in the Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County’s exhibit.
Several of Nobler’s works will be on view in Digital Power: Activism, Advocacy, and the influence of Women online, a project of ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community, including “Houses for Refugees” and “Pollution Patches.” The exhibit, originally scheduled for this month in Washington, D.C., will instead launch digitally later this month. Her section of the gallery is called “The Three R’s Plus Art.”