hob’art: Current Exhibit

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“MASHUP”

Mashup Final for Review WS


 

Thursday, September 8 – Sunday, October 2

Artist Reception: Saturday, September 10 6:30-8:30

Artist Talk: Sunday, September 18  3:30

 

Four distinct visions blend together to form a dramatic display of painting, drawing, collages and digital photography.  These works of art seem to coalesce and break apart in a complex pattern.  The individual pieces stand alone and are powerful testaments of skill, passion and perception.

Meredeth Turshen

Coloratura

Coloratura

 

Meredeth Turshen invents intimate collages that expose the immediacy and playfulness of simply arranging colored scraps of papers. Inspired by Kurt Schwitters, the twentieth century’s greatest master of collage, she layers the papers to give the work depth.

 

 Janet Kolstein

Janet_Kolstein_Avignon Les Remparts

Avignon Les Remparts

Janet Kolstein’s multi-media montages/collages are an intriguing pastiche of past and present. Her memory-evoking and provoking work combines antique, vintage and contemporary material to stunning effect.

 

Ann Kinney

The Chess Game

The Chess Game

Ann Kinney steps from behind the camera lens and into the province of dreams. From her bold photographs to her delicate pencil drawings, she explores the dreamscapes where our least heard voices take form.

 

Miriam Untoria

UntoriaMiriam Untoria’s acrylic paintings and mixed media pieces continue to examine the figure as the inspiration for her work. She delves into a surrealistic exploration of shapes and hue

 

All photographs are courtesy of the artists.

 

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.

 

Director, France Garido, 201-319-1504 or director@hob-art.org.

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.

 

 

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