hob’art: Current Exhibit

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July 7 – 31, 2016 
Albertie Burnier
Liz Cohen
Katie Duffy McGeehin
Don Sichler
Roy Wright
Artists reception: Saturday, July 9 from 6-8 pm
Artists’ talk:  Sunday, July 17, 2016 from 3:30 – 4:30 pm


Through a variety of media and techniques from painting and photography to sculpture and installation, these five artists will present powerful pieces that reflect their thoughts, passions, and visions. Their varied experiences have inspired each of these unique people to create works that are wholly their own expression of the world around them. The combination of their many talents, skills, and concepts have made for an exciting and stimulating show.


Drowning OilsAlberte Bernier: “My work is set in color contrasts. These contrasts are infused with intensity of tone, making a backdrop of multi-layered hues.”


Three Dolls Mixed Media

Liz Cohen: ”I enjoy using found objects, recycled materials, and items I have collected to make cross-cultural objects that I call dolls.”



Katie Duffy McGeehin: “ Through sculpture I explore the effect of art interacting with the environment. You will see my pieces in unexpected places and positions.”



Don Sichler: “My photographs record for the viewer what they look at but frequently don’t see. Shadows and reflections are often found in my photos to create very strange and unique images.”



Roy Wright: “My photographs are compositions consisting of, and not limited to, antique utensils, plastic ware, tub toys and various common kitchen items. I bring out abstract forms, shapes textures, light and lines within a confined order.“






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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