Exhibits at Morris County Library

In the MCL Gallery

Basudha Chauhan

The Storied Palette

" Colourful expressions of stories of life's beauty and reflections."

Basudha Chauhan is a NJ based artist driven by a passion for capturing the beauty and emotions of everyday life.

“I draw inspiration from the world around me, finding joy and wonder in the simple things like nature, people, and the emotions they evoke. My work is not bound by any specific medium or style; rather, it is reflection of my inner world, a canvas on which I express my unique perspective and experiences.

My life’s experiences serve as an inspiration for me to create stories and paint, transcending cultural and linguistic boundaries. I believe art has the power to transcend language and cultural barriers and that it can be a source of healing and inspiration for all who experience it. Through my work, I hope to inspire others to see the world through a new lens, to find beauty and joy in the smallest moments, and to connect with the universal emotions that make us all human.”

 

In the Lobby Display Case

 

A special exhibit commemorates the 150th anniversary of the creation of the Washington Association of New Jersey (WANJ) which was founded to acquire and preserve Washington’s Headquarters at the Jacob Ford Mansion in Morristown.

The Washington Association of New Jersey (WANJ) is one of the oldest historic preservation organizations in the nation.