Oct. 11 Kick-Off Exhibition Featured Works of Resident Artists
Princeton, NJ: Tapping into residents’ talents and enthusiasm for the arts, Princeton Windrow Independent Lifestyle Community opened its Woodrow Wilson Gallery on Friday, Oct. 11 with an inaugural Drawing on Inspiration exhibition and reception. The event featured selected works in a variety of media by 15 resident artists enrolled in the community’s drawing class, ranging from beginner to professional in experience. Princeton Windrows’ activities director, artist and gallery curator Nancy Toolan instructs the class and coordinated the exhibition. Toolan holds a Masters in Fine Arts from Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland, U.K. and is a former college and university art instructor.
“The exhibition and reception were a tremendous success,” Toolan said. “Many residents had no idea that their neighbors are so talented. The event was also a moving tribute to Mr. Roylance.”
The exhibition was dedicated to the memory of Dale Roylance, retired curator of Graphic Arts at Princeton University Library and a former resident of Princeton Windrows. The Gallery will have three exhibitions a year and display artwork from the drawing class, along with works from other Princeton Windrows resident artists.
Princeton Windrows 55+ Independent Lifestyle Community is located at 2000 Windrow Drive in Princeton, New Jersey, about four miles from downtown Princeton and the Princeton University campus. The upscale community features distinctive villas, town homes and apartment-style condominiums on a 35-acre landscape. Three restaurant-style venues offer casual, formal, private and al fresco dining, along with elegant common area interiors, library, indoor pool, salon, spa, a host of other amenities, and a strong wellness and health program. Prices start at about $150,000. The community is managed by Princeton-based Retiring by Design. Visit www.princetonwindrows.com or contact the sales team at 609-520-3700 for more information.