William’s Recent Art Installation – Joint Health Sciences Center – Camden, NJ

William’s Recent Art Installation – Joint Health Sciences Center – Camden, NJ

We are truly so very thankful and honored to have five of William’s paintings selected to be included in the permanent art collection at the fabulous new Joint Health Sciences Center (JHSC) at 201 South Broadway in Camden. We are excited as this new Center is a beacon for collaborative research and innovation in our city.

The following paintings are now installed in the JHSC. William’s painting, Radiant Camden (30″ x 60″ – acrylic on canvas), depicts the stunning new Camden waterfront and is installed on the 1st floor of the Center. William’s painting, Jardin de Esperanza – Hope Garden (30″ x 60″ – acrylic on canvas) is an impressionistic reflection of a hope-filled landscape of bright sunlight in a lovely garden scene; this artwork is installed on the 2nd floor. The other three paintings are a triptych from William’s Camden Beautifulseries; they are entitled Camden Spirit (30″ x 30″ – acrylic on artist panel), Mainstay (32″ x 36″ – acrylic on canvas), and Steadfast Hope (30″ x 30″ – acrylic on artist panel). This artwork highlights the people of Camden’s strength, courage and resilience and is installed on the 3rd floor. Our hope and prayer is all who view these paintings are encouraged and inspired by the art.

JHSC is a brilliant new hub for cutting-edge research, education, and training. The $70 million 100,000-square-foot facility is the result of a partnership between three of New Jersey’s leading academic institutions – Rowan University, Rutgers-Camden University and the Camden County College. Congratulations and special thanks to the incredible leadership team which made the JHSC a reality in Camden. This team includes the tremendous Dana L. Redd, Chief Executive Officer of the Rowan University Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors (and former Mayor of Camden), the Board of Governors, and the City of Camden. Their work is a significant achievement for Camden which will positively impact the city, the region, and beyond. What a blessing this is as Camden will now be known as a city where the most innovative advances in science and medicine are occurring and where important collaborative work among educators and researchers is saving lives. 

For more information on the JHSC, please view: https://today.rowan.edu/news/2019/10/joint-health-sciences-center-opens-in-camden.html 



Also, special thanks to the Joint Board Art Committee as well as Sandy McAndrew and Dean D’Astuto.