Featuring the work of

Linda Guenste

Kay Klotzbach


Barbara Rachko

The exhibition includes painting and constructed collage.


Perkins Center for the Arts Collingswood presents Point of View, an exhibition which explores each artists diverse and unique perspective featuring the work of three highly respected and exhibited artists Linda Guenste , Kay Klotzbach and Barbara Rachko.

Linda Guenste is an artist perhaps best known for breathtaking landscapes and intimate portraits of trees, ”In the past few years, my work has taken a political turn and focusing on some of the pressing issues of contemporary culture.

Kay A. Klotzbach’ s earliest memory “was looking through a Cheerio at her grandfather and sharing her experience by getting him to look too“ . She has continued to be intrigued by the multitude of ways a subject can be observed regardless of what subject matter she paints.

Barbara Rachko New York Artist Barbara creates wonderful pastels, paintings and photography, and finds her creative inspiration in the ancient Mesoamerican civilizations, mythology, and travel to remote places, like her new favorite destinations, Bali and Sri Lanka.

The Collingswood gallery for Perkins Center for the Arts is dedicated to visual excellence.

The curators select for exhibition worthy artists that have achieved a level of professional proficiency in their respective careers.

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Artist’s Work

[su_frame]Linda2Linda Guenste As the Crow Dies[/su_frame][su_frame]SwitchKay Klotzbach
Switch[/su_frame][su_frame]RachkoBarbara Rachko

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Hours & Location

Tuesdays & Thursdays 10 am – 2 pm

Saturday 10am – 4 pm


30 Irvin Avenue

Collingswood, NJ 08108

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This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.  Additional  support is provided by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Holman Automotive group, The Bunbury Company and the Township of Moorestown. 

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