Art Exhibits Return To Tuckerton Borough Hall

Causeway Bridge by Nancy Sterr Lang is one of the paintings on display. (Photo courtesy Pine Shores Art Association)

  TUCKERTON – Tuckerton Borough Hall has announced the reopening of its Pine Shores Art Association Art Exhibit after being closed for many months due to COVID-19.

   A total of 50 framed paintings and drawings by 20 different artists will be presented in the center hall and courtroom, and original works by Ed Renner will be highlighted in the conference room.

  The public can view the art on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout November and December, except when the building is closed for holidays or other special exceptions. The Tuckerton Borough Fine Arts Gallery is located in the municipal building at 420 E. Main Street.

  The works of art are for sale to the public, which allows individuals to own work from skilled area artists or give it as a special gift to someone. The price list will be available to view in the center hall.

  Capacity of guests allowed inside the gallery will be limited. Face masks must be worn inside and visitors must also follow social distancing.

2020 by Paul Hartelius is one of the works included in the exhibit. (Photo courtesy Pine Shores Art Association)

  For the past 40 years, the Pine Shores Art Association has been an Ocean County cultural resource producing year-round fine arts classes, gallery exhibits and community outreach programs.

  This year, the Pine Shores Art Association received a grant administered by the Ocean County Cultural and Heritage Commission from funds provided by the NJ State Arts Council, a division of the Department of State.

  The Pine Shores Art Association is also greatly supported by the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders, OceanFirst Foundation, TD Bank and the Townships of Stafford, Ocean, Beach Haven and Tuckerton.

  For more information about the current exhibit on display, contact exhibit curator Nancy Lang at For more information about Pine Shores, visit