New Jersey has homegrown artists and if you want see their work in one place you can schedule a visit to Drumthwacket, the Governor’s mansion in Princeton.

New Jersey First Lady Mary Pat Christie (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)

First Lady Mary Pat Christie has unveiled a new selection of landscape artwork that will be on display through July 2014.

“I’m delighted to have this opportunity to share the creative gifts of these outstanding artists with our residents through this wonderful new exhibit,” said Mrs. Christie. “Each piece is unique in expressing the artists’ impressions and pride in New Jersey.

The “New Jersey Impressions” exhibit is part of the Drumthwacket Foundation’s arts education initiative to introduce visitors to different genres of art created by recognized New Jersey artists both past and present.

You can view the new exhibit during public tours of Drumthwacket, which are scheduled on any Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. Visitors must register at

“The Governor (Chris Christie) and I are proud to be able to use Drumthwacket to feature these amazing artists from across the state,” said Mrs. Christie.