Linda Grandis Blatt Gallery

GalleryThe Linda Grandis Blatt Gallery was made possible in 2009 by a grant from Bill Blatt in memory of his beloved wife, Linda. The naming ceremony took place on June 12, 2009. In his remarks, Rabbi Donald Rossoff said “…Within these walls, may we and generations to come be welcomed and embraced by the warmth of Linda’s beautiful spirit. Reflective of Linda’s life, her work, and her love of art and artists, may this gallery serve the Temple, the Jewish Community and the community at large as a place where art in its various forms can touch the soul.”

Bill Blatt stated the goals of the gallery are:

  1.  To create a Jewish portal, which serves as the transition from the outside non-Jewish/secular world into the sacred space of the Temple;
  2. To provide a space for our Temple members to display their artistic creations;
  3. To deepen, enrich, and beautify our congregants’ Jewish lives through exposure to Jewish art;
  4. To promote the creation of Jewish art within our congregation and beyond;
  5. To strengthen the ties between our congregation and the people and culture of Israel through the display of Israeli art;
  6.  To beautify our Temple building;
  7. To be a source of income for the Temple whenever possible and appropriate.

At the direction of the Board of Trustees, a gallery committee was formed in the fall of 2009. The committee has curated many highly successful art shows since that time, including annual Fall, Winter, and Spring shows, as well as special exhibits by individual artists and community groups. The Fall Show, which runs during the High Holidays, is traditionally reserved to showcase work by Temple members and their immediate families. The Gallery Committee determines the nature and length of each show and seeks to maintain a high aesthetic standard encompassing many media including paintings in oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastels, charcoal drawings, pen and ink drawings, collage, photography, sculpture, and mixed media.


Spring Art Show 2019 – Members and Students of Morris County Art Association

About the Show

Since its founding in 1937, Morris County Art Association has been providing fine, visual art programs for the community.  MCAA provides popular children’s programs, adult classes and workshops, participation in the town’s Art Walks as well as members’  open and juried exhibitions both at The Studio at 10 Catherine Lane in Morristown, and at presitious local galleries.  Each year, MCAA holds an outdoor Fine Arts and Crafts Festival fundraiser on the grounds of the Vail Mansion featuring artists from near and far.  To see their entire catalog of classes and events, click here.  Also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

Featured Artists
Mary Hodgson – Click Here to see Mary’s Biography
Itoko Kobayashi –  Click here to see Itoko’s Biography
Harriet Kushins – Click here to see Harriet’s Biography
Anthony Limitone, Jr. – Click here to see Anthony’s Biography
Catilin Lodato – Click here to see Caitlin’s Biography
Diana Mrugal
Leina’ala Schwartz – Click here to see Leina’ala’s Biography
Vicki Starger – Click here to see Vicki’s Biography
Joan Thomas – Click here for Joan’s Biography
Theresa Tomeo – Click here for Theresa’s Biography

Preview some of the artwork that is in the show