Spend your summer getting to know this Morristown exhibit

Dorothy Siclaire's 'Fifteen,' an oil painting, at the Atrium Spring/Summer show 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Dorothy Siclaire's 'Fifteen,' an oil painting, at the Atrium Spring/Summer show 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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Dorothy Siclaire's 'Fifteen,' an oil painting, at the Atrium Spring/Summer show 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Dorothy Siclaire’s ‘Fifteen,’ an oil painting, at the Atrium Spring/Summer show 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

 

'Bob (Superman),' an oil painting by Maryann Ficker, at the Atrium Spring/Summer show 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
‘Bob (Superman),’ an oil painting by Maryann Ficker, at the Atrium Spring/Summer show 2015. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The Atrium Art Gallery in Morristown unveiled its Spring /Summer exhibition on Thursday, and it’s worth a look — a long look.

Paintings, photos and mixed media creations fill four floors at the Morris County Administration and Records Building on Court Street.

Curated by Morris Arts, the show features works by Arts Unbound, ARTsee, the Myhelan Artists Network, the Contemporary Art Group and the Blackwell Street Center for the Arts.

The show is free, runs through Sept. 11, 2015, and can be enjoyed during weekday business hours. Carve out plenty of time — there is lots to see.

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