by Elaina Phillips

Now showing
at the Gourgaud Gallery!

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The Gourgaud Gallery is currently closed but is expected to reopen January 10th! Please visit the Gourgaud Gallery January 10th thru the 26th to see the exhibit entitled “Connected” by the Cranbury Arts Council's 2021 Excellence in the Arts Award Recipient, Elaina R. Phillips. The exhibit includes a sampling of her work in various media including watercolor, line art, and photography. Elaina is a resident of Cranbury, she attended Cranbury School, and two of her paintings are on display in the Cranbury School art gallery. Her watercolor painting of the Princeton High School tower hangs in their main office.

Elaina is currently a student at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers

Small Paintings

During the month of October, the Gourgaud Gallery hosted a show titled, Small Paintings,  featuring the work of 4 women. The work of these exceptionally talented Gourgaud Gallery Committee members included unframed, matted, and small-scale paintings ranging in price from $25.00 - $75.00. All paintings were smaller than 11x14 inches.


Please use the button below to view a sampling of the Small Paintings Exhibit available to purchase!


Summer Camp

We had a wonderful summer Musical Theater Camp this summer, and our production of Disney's Frozen kids was a huge success! Please visit our summer camps tab for more information on next year's camp - coming soon!

Gourgaud Gallery

Please visit the Gallery tab above for our 2021-2022 schedule.

Excellence in the Arts Award

Please visit our Excellence in the Arts Award tab for information on this year's recipient, Elaina Phillips!

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Grassi Lakes,Banff, Canada - by artist Lisa Walsh

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The CAC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization. All donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!

About the Cranbury Arts Council

The Cranbury Arts Council provides arts-oriented programs, workshops, and performances aimed at enriching the cultural experiences of our community and keeping the creative spirit alive in ourselves and our children.

Our mission is to foster, support, educate, inspire, and promote artists and art appreciation in our community.

The CranburyArts Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization.

Our funding is provided by donations and a bi-annual fundraising event.

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