hob’art: Current Exhibit
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An exhibition of traditional and digital mediums by five artists:
Tom Egan, Starr Tucker-Ortega, Katie Duffy-McGeehin,
Rich Roberts and Roy Wright
Friday, August 5 – Sunday, August 28
Artist Reception: Thursday, August 11 6:30-8:30
Five distinct visions blend together forming a stunning display of glass, painting, photography and sculpture. The works seem to quietly fuse together and gently explode apart in a complex pattern. The individual pieces stand alone and are powerful testaments of skill, passion and vision.
Tom Egan’s paintings are a combination of story telling and social commentary executed in pencil and paint.
Starr Tucker-Ortega’s newest photographic work has been created using one of the oldest forms of photography, the sun print, striving to create ethereal and infinite spaces into which the viewer is transported to another world, another reality.
Rich Roberts experiments with fused glass utilizing design and material constraints, that explore an ongoing struggle to express what’s right about the world.
Katie Duffy McGeehin creates sculptures from plaster, stone and concrete. These pieces explore how art interacts with the environment and with the audience.
Roy Wright plays with color, shape and line abstractions from his “Meaningless Memory” series of photographic glycine prints.
All photographs are courtesy of the artists.
#1)Tom Egan”Diamond Warrior” Pencil and Paint
#2) Starr Tucker-Ortega “Citron #1” Photography 2016
#3)Katie Duffy-McGeehin “Dangle” Sculpture 2015
#4) Rich Roberts “ Brook Trout” Fused Glass
#5) Roy Wright “Memory57” Digital Photography
Gallery hours are Thursday to Sunday, 1 to 5pm and by appointment. The artists thank the Monroe Art Center and the hob’art gallery for their support of this exhibition.
Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday, 1–5pm and by appointment, (201) 683-6252
The building entrance is on 8th Street between
Monroe and Jackson streets. Free parking is available at the rear of
the building on Jackson Street.
Please go to “Past Exhibits” to see more work by our members.