Solo Art Exhibition by Carole Jury, May 4-9

A resident of Princeton for seven years, artist Carole Jury will showcase her art from May 4 through May 9 at 19 Hulfish Street in Palmer Square. A portion of the proceeds will go to support Share My Meals, a non-profit that fights food insecurity and food waste in the Princeton area. 

Born in Lyon, France, Jury is an abstract painter who likes playing with textured strokes and nuances of color and brightness with all kinds of mediums and tools. The majority of her series are inspired by her photos, which give her a guide for sheen, brightness, and reliefs. The Palmer Square exhibition will highlight different series explored by the artist throughout the years, including a retrospective offering full-immersion in Jury’s body of work. Jury says, “I am delighted that my art contributes to the work of Share My Meals.” 

Over the past 14 months, Share My Meals has distributed daily healthy and nutritious meals to families and individuals throughout the greater Princeton area. Founded in 2020 by Isabelle Lambotte, Share My Meals reclaims unused meals from corporate cafeterias, schools, universities, and restaurants and redistributes them to food insecure members of the community. Share My Meals is run entirely by volunteers. To learn how to participate, visit www.sharemymeals.org. 

Exhibition hours are Tuesday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information on Carole Jury, visit www.carolejury.com. 

Artist Carole Jury