"Coloring the Mind: A Journey through Neural Pathways" is an exhibit to showcase innovative works by Adriana Groza

Pictured Above: Artist Adriana Groza.  Photo Credit: Contributed. 

Newsroom Post: Princeton, NJ:


Princeton, NJ  – Adriana Groza is excited to announce the solo show of abstract paintings inspired by neural networks, titled ” Coloring the Mind “. The exhibit is on view to May 2, 2023, at Small World Coffee, 14 Witherspoon St, Princeton NJ 08540.  Admission is free, and all are welcome.


The exhibit features over 25 original artworks from the “Neural Pathways” collection, which explore the intricate connections and patterns that exist within our minds. The artist has used innovative techniques to capture the beauty and complexity of neural networks in a series of bold abstract paintings. Each artwork is a unique representation of the artist’s interpretation of the underlying structures of the human brain, translated into vivid and dynamic visuals.

Pictured Above: R: Artist Adriana Groza during opening night.  Photo Credit: Contributed. 

“I am thrilled to return to this bustling venue to showcase an innovative collection of abstract paintings, which offer a unique perspective on the beauty and complexity of the human brain,” said Adriana Groza, fluid acrylics artist. “I invite everyone to join me for the opening reception and explore the world of neural networks through these vibrant artworks.”


Adriana Groza, a visual artist from Hamilton NJ, was born and raised in Transylvania, Romania. Since late 2017, she has been creating abstract paintings using fluid acrylics on canvas, using unconventional tools, never a brush. In early 2021, she began teaching her unique style and techniques in intimate upscale settings throughout NJ. She is a founding member of Princeton Makes, the artist cooperative located in the Princeton Shopping Center, where she has a work studio and gallery open to the public.

Pictured Above: Guests enjoying Groza’s opening at Small World Coffee in Princeton.  Groza’s exhibition is open until May 2nd.  Photo Credit: Contributed. 

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