Acrylic Color Mixing Workshop
Color Theory Meets Pigment Reality
Sunday, May 21, 2017 from 11:30 AM – 4:00 PM
hob’art gallery | 720 Monroe Street, E208 | Hoboken, NJ
For reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this intensive four-hour workshop, we will explore one of the most important things we do as painters: mixing color. After all, you can’t buy a tube for every color you need!
Through a series of simple and fun hands-on exercises we will explore how color theory meets pigment reality. You will develop a greater understanding of the physicality of paint and how it relates to color theory to create vivid, rich, and accurate colors.
If you’ve ever gotten disappointing results when mixing colors, this workshop will give you enough understanding about the physical qualities of paint to help you reduce the guesswork and gain confidence in achieving the exact colors you want.
• Drawdown boards • Tinting
What should I bring?
Creating a color wheel Optical mixing
You must bring your favorite brushes for acrylics…and your imagination! You should also bring lunch, as there will be a lunch break of approximately 45 minutes, We provide all the rest, including artist-quality paints from Golden Artist Colors and a free “loot bag” of Golden acrylic paints to take back to your studio.
What’s the refund policy?
The $100.00 registration fee is non-refundable.
Monroe Center for the Arts in Hoboken, New Jersey, is located just across the Hudson River from Midtown Manhattan. Free parking is available and mass transit options are plentiful from all over the metropolitan area.
NOVEMBER 12, 2016
THE FIRST ANNUAL
ART + WINE GALA
If you wish to pay in advance by check, please send your checks made out to hob’art gallery to me: Liz Cohen at 235 Garden St., Hoboken, NJ 07030. I will then send you a postcard/ticket. Payment at the door will be gratefully accepted.
The hob’art art circle will meet
Sunday, September 18th at 2:30pm
View and discuss a video about artists and their stories.
LIFE DRAWING SESSIONS
All are invited to our new offering at hob’art gallery. Life drawing classes will be held on Wednesdays at hob’art gallery, e 208, The Monroe Center, 720 Monroe St., Hoboken, NJ 07030. The very first session was a tremendous success. Every Wednesday at 6:30 pm. A donation of $10 per person will be requested to help pay for our model. Our model will be the same as last week.
He has done extensive work at the Arts Student League and Pratt Institute as well as at Rutgers. Bring your sketchbooks and paper and get ready to hone your drawing skills in an open nonjudgmental environment. This is not an instruction session, just a chance for folks to come and draw from life. It will be a relaxing and meditative way to spend an evening without critique or sharing.
So I look forward to seeing many of you there!
LIZ COHEN LESSONS AT HOB’ART GALLERY
WATER COLOR IN THE STYLE OF AGNES MARTIN
On, Thursday, June 16, 2016, Hoboken artist and art teacher Liz Cohen will be teaching a two hour water color class inspired by the minimalist artist Agnes Martin’s work. Agnes Martin was a very introspective abstract expressionist whose work has been described as an “essay in discretion, inwardness and silence”.
Participants will get to experience the “zen” of painting by looking at, discussing, and then painting their own beautiful images using the style and techniques of this very talented artist.
The class will be held at hob’art gallery, e 208, The Monroe Center, 720 Monroe St., Hoboken, NJ 07030 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. There is free parking in the back and it is right at the 8th St. Light Rail stop.
All supplies will be provided. A small fee of $10 per person will cover the cost of materials. Donations to the gallery to help with operating expenses will also be gratefully accepted.
Please come to the opening reception: Thursday April 7, 6:00pm
Hoboken Public Library (500 Park Ave, Hoboken, NJ 07030)
Small Works Exhibit
Hob’art Co-operative Gallery, is proud to present their show, “SMALL WORKS”, at the HPL Gallery for the month of April. Ibou Ndoye, Leslie Rubman, Meredeth Turshen and Liz Cohen are exhibiting works of miniature size. These hob’art artists want to prove that small is beautiful.
Ndoye will show small works on canvas and glass that depict his fascination with faces and the many expressions they can make. Using found objects artists Cohen and Rubman create colorful and meaningful small works that cross the boundaries between painting and sculpture. Finally, Turshen will be exhibiting her exquisite oil pastel and oil stick paintings.
Sunday, April the 17th at 2:30
“The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo”
Film Night: MAKE
On March 31, 2016, a film night will be held at hob’art co-operative gallery, 720 Monroe Street, E208, Hoboken, NJ. The film will start at 7 pm. This documentary film showcases the work and exceptional lives of self-taught artists: Hawkins Bolden, Prophet Royal Robertson, Judith Scott and Ike Morgan. These are a group of remarkable and very talented artists who have created ex- traordinary works of art with no training. With unique art materials, they have made pieces of art that are fun, intriguing, enigmatic, and awe inspiring.
hob’art is very lucky and delighted to have the film presented by one of its makers and the owner of SHRINE Gallery, 191 Henry ST., NYC on Thursday, March 31. There will be time for a ques- tion session following the screening.
Artisanal cheese and hand-selected wines from Cheese + Wine Hoboken will be provided. Do- nations will be gratefully accepted at the door.
The artists thank the Monroe Center and hob’art co-operative gallery for their support of this film event.
Free parking is available at the rear of the building on Jackson Street, and wheelchair accessible.
Gallery information may be obtained on the website www.hob-art.org and from the Director, France Garrido, 201-319-1504 or email@example.com.
Weekly Classes in Hoboken
at hob’art gallery
Every Sunday at 6:00pm – 7:00pm
with Jennifer Caruana
Becoming the Person You Wish To Be
A series of talks through which we deepen our experience of the confidence to change. By applying Buddha’s profound and practical teachings on the mind and meditation we learn to connect to our extraordinary potential for change. By applying these skillful methods we can let go our insecurities and progress towards becoming the kind, effective and joyful person we all wish to be. Everyone welcome.
- Apr 3 Removing our Resistance to Change
- Apr 10 No More Discouragement
- Apr 17 Insecurity vs. Confidence
- Apr 24 Becoming the Person You Wish to Be
About Our Classes
Hoboken meditation and Buddhism classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditation practitioners. These classes offer meditation techniques and teachings on the fundamentals of Buddhism, with an emphasis on their practical application in everyday life.
Although these meditation classes are given as a series, they can also be taken individually. Please feel free to drop in on a class-by-class basis.
Classes are held every week unless otherwise stated.
No special clothing is required. No pre-registration required.
Here’s the link to a video, which we will show and discuss:
Do come – the talks have been highly stimulating and inspiring thus far. The more people who attend – the more exciting the conversation!
Portrait of an Artist: Ibou Ndoye
Documentary Video Profile of Artist, Ibou Ndoye.
Senegal, West Africa / Jersey City, New Jersey
Directed & Edited by: Corey Andrew Powell & Jason Carey
Cameraman: Jason Carey
Born in West Africa’s most progressive capital city, Dakar, Senegal, glass-painting artist Ibrahima Ndoye has combined modernism and traditionalism to create a style unique to himself. Ibrahima, commonly known as “Ibou,” grew up as the oldest child of a family of four boys in the suburbs of Dakar. Ibou’s mother made her living as a dressmaker while his grandmother worked as a tie-dye artist. Regularly surrounded by colorful African textiles and fabrics, it is not surprising that Ibou says he “socialized with art and cohabited with colors” from a very young age.
Open dialogue on education, the arts and social change.
Producers: Claudia Canasto & John Bredin. A dialogue with Hoboken artists “Hob’art”.
A Free 2 hour Golden Artist Colors Lecture/Demo.
The lecture by Roy Kinzer will be held on Saturday, September 26, 11am – 1pm (not the earlier August date) at hob’art Gallery, Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe Street, E208, Hoboken, NJ.
Learn about the Mixed More Media line of revolutionary grounds that enable you to print on nearly any surface that can be fed through an inkjet printer. This lecture/demo will also help to demystify pigments. We will compare the slow drying OPEN line with Heavy Body paints. You will learn about controlling drying time, as well as techniques associated with oils, such as wet-into-wet and glazing.
Roy Kinzer has exhibited extensively and received the prestigious Pollock-Krasner award 2004. He has completed numerous commissions, the most recent the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, in 2011. Roy was certified as a Golden Artist Colors WAP in 2005. He has an M.F.A. (Vermont College) and a Certificate of Art (Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art). His current paintings are aerial landscapes derived from altered maps and satellite images.
All participants receive a free packet of Golden samples.
Photography Show & Tell: A Slide Show and Talk About Photos
Wednesday, April 15th
hob’art co-operative gallery
The Monroe Center of the Arts, E 208, 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday, 1 to 5pm and by appointment: (201) 683-6252
Slide Show and Talk: Wednesday, April 15th at 6pm
Alison Pariso: (561) 313-2581
Photography Show & Tell, a slide show and talk about photos will be open to the public on
Wednesday, April 15th at 6pm at the hob’art co-operative gallery. Bring to the hob’art gallery some of your
photos (many a thousand words) and a few more words to talk about them. Photography is
art. Not all photography is art. Anyone who takes photos is a photographer. Almost everyone
takes photos. They say “A picture is worth a thousand words”. This event is an opportunity to
discuss your photography and concepts in a welcoming environment.
Free parking is available at the rear of the building on Jackson Street.
PAX Artist Reception
PHOTOS: Tom Egan
hob’art Gallery Is Having a Special Holiday Bash
Come to the hob’art gallery onDecember 20, 8-11pm and experience our artwork along with the sounds of DJ NEVA. It promises to be the perfect mix of the holiday spirit and culture.
DJ NEVA is a ethnomusicologist, producer and long-time cultural activist, specializing in music from the entire African continent, as well as the Caribbean & Latin America; the Maghreb & Middle East, and the Roma (Gypsy) diaspora. She has performed widely and will certainly rock the house.
Don’t even think of missing this amazing event.
hob’art Gallery • Monroe Art Center • 720 Monroe Street, E208
• Hoboken NJ, 07030 (Entrance is at the corner of 8th and Monroe)
hob’art is now accepting applications for gallery membership and general membership.
Adult Drawing Classes with Frank Pariso: Techniques in Perspective
Classes held each Wednesday from November 5th to November 26th from 6:30 to 8:30pm.$80 per one month session, consisting of four classes
If students bring a friend, the friend’s first class is free
hob’art co-operative gallery
The Monroe Center of the Arts, E208, 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday, 1 to 5pm and by appointment (201) 319-1504
Contact: Frank Pariso: firstname.lastname@example.org (862) 354-0585
Please join artist Frank Pariso in his drawing course for adults.
Techniques in Perspective that will be open to the public each Wednesday 6:30-8:30pm from November 5th to November 26th at the hob’art co-operative gallery, The Monroe Center of the Arts, E208, 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030.
Students will learn the fundamentals of drawing with graphite or charcoal in a laid back, non-competitive atmosphere. Students will also learn how to properly use materials, measure proportions, and to render objects by using light and shadow. Most importantly the students will have fun, socialize, and make art. If you bring a friend, their first class will be free.
Frank Pariso is an illustrator from New Jersey whose work can best be described as imaginative realism. Pariso uses his artistic abilities to create illustrative renderings of curious animal-like characters. His inventive characters may range anywhere from wild animals to dinosaurs. Pariso mostly works in acrylic paint but also uses watercolor, oil paint, and a variety of other materials. Pariso is heavily influenced by the old masters as well as meaningful narrative.
Gallery hours are Thursday to Sunday, 1 to 5pm and by appointment.
The artist thanks the Monroe Center and the hob’art gallery for their support of this class. Gallery information can be obtained on the website www.hob-art.org and from the Director, France Garrido, 201-319-1504 or email@example.com. Free parking is available at the rear of the building on Jackson Street. The hobʼart gallery appreciates the support and sponsorship of the Monroe Art Center.
Black Rail Coffee
800 Jackson Street Hoboken NJ, 07030
Saturday, January 17 – Saturday, February 14, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 17, (time slot TBA) Closing Reception: Saturday, February 14, (time slot TBA)
Curators: Liz Cohen/Alison Yackanich/James Jung Questions or concerns: Liz Cohen firstname.lastname@example.org 201.424.1275 Alison Yackanich email@example.com 561.313.2581 James Jung firstname.lastname@example.org 201.222.7400
The new year is a chance to create a fresh start for the months to come. Join hob’art cooperative gallery and Black Rail Coffee in celebrating the new year at the Fresh Start exhibition. Artists can represent their interpretation of a fresh start using their personal artistic expression. New works by local artists that reflect fresh ideas, possibilities, and plans will be on display. Entry Fee – Entry fees are non-refundable: Free for hob’art members $10-non-members To become a member of hob’art: http://hob-art.org/become-a-member/ Checklist/Calendar ~ Please read carefully: 1. – November 30 – Deadline for submissions. Email entry to email@example.com 1. jpeg (300 dpi and 4″ on the longest side) ***JPEG images MUST BE labeled: LAST Name_FIRST Name 2. Entry form. 3. 1 piece – 9” x 9” flat works on paper will be considered. Must be unframed. 2. Checks made out to hob’art and mailed to hob’art Gallery-see address below. 3. December 7 – Notification of Acceptance 4. January 3 ~ 6-8pm Drop Off ~ Hand Delivered ONLY-at hob-art Gallery Monroe Art Center 720 Monroe Street, E208 Hoboken NJ, 07030 5. February 14 – Pick up Works may not be removed from Black Rail Coffee until (time slot TBA). ***ARTIST is responsible for Drop off & Pick up. Files, which are mislabeled, will not be viewed by the curators! Curators have the right to refuse work that is misrepresented at the time of drop off! All works must be appropriately unframed! Installations: Only work that is 9 x 9” and light enough to be hung with pins! Failure to follow instructions may result in the nullification of your entry. Your payment will serve as your acceptance of the terms and conditions stated in this prospectus. Delivery/Pickup of work: 1. Delivery: Hand-delivered work to hob’art gallery ONLY. Packaging must be removed from the gallery at the time of delivery. One label on back of artwork and one label handed in at drop off. ***Signed Waiver at time of delivery. Waivers and labels are available on our website: http://hob-art.org/become-a-member/ 2. Pick Up: Artist is responsible for pick up at Black Rail Coffee. Black Rail Coffee, hob’art gallery, its volunteers, members & officers accept no responsibility for work(s) not retrieved on pick-up date. A fee of $5.00 /day will be charged to the artist thereafter for storage. After 30 days hob’art gallery may dispose of the work. 3. Sales: Inquiries are directed to the artist. hob’art and Black Rail Coffee does not take a % of sales. Liability: Great care will be taken with all works, but artists are responsible for insurance. Black Rail Coffee, hob-art Gallery, its volunteers, members & officers are not responsible for any loss or damage to work while on the premises or in transit to or from the gallery. The submission of a work of art to this exhibition and a signed waiver shall be understood to constitute an agreement on the part of the artist to the conditions set forth in this prospectus. ENTRY FORM: Name: Address: City/State/Zip: Phone: Email: Image: 1. Title: Medium: Price:
Medium (Is the Message)
Monroe Art Center
720 Monroe Street, E208
Hoboken NJ, 07030
Friday, November 7 – Sunday, December 7, 2014
Artist Reception: Saturday, November 8, 6-8pm
Artist Talk: Sunday, November 16, 3:30pm
Artists use different media for a variety of reasons – to express a visual image, to evoke memories, to reduce and recycle, to create a texture or feeling, or to show mastery of a material. Whatever you choose, your media matters, because it is conveys your concept. This exhibition will showcase the varied “stuffs” that we use and the extraordinary array of what they inspire us to create. All mediums will be considered. Entry Fee – Entry fees are non-refundable: Free for hob’art members $25-non-members (for 2 entries) To become a member of hob’art: http://hob-art.org/become-a-member/ Checklist/Calendar ~ Please read carefully: 1. October 1st - Deadline for submissions. Email entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. jpegs (300 dpi and 4″ on the longest side) ***JPEG images MUST BE labeled: LAST Name_FIRST Name_1 The number corresponds with that work’s placement on the Entry Form (1, 2, etc.) For example: Jackson_William_1.jpg Jackson-William _2.jpg 2. Entry form. 3. 1-2 works - no smaller than 11”L x 8”W & no larger than 30”L x 22”W Framed 2 pieces max (1 sm/1 lg)
- Checks made out to hob’art and mailed to hob’art Gallery-see address above.
- October 15 – Notification of Acceptance
4. November 4 ~ 6-8pm Drop Off ~ Hand Delivered ONLY-at hob-art Gallery 5. December 7, 5-6pm - Pick up Works may not be removed from gallery till 5pm ***ARTIST is responsible for Drop off & Pick up. Files, which are mislabeled, will not be viewed by the curators! Curators have the right to refuse work that is misrepresented at the time of drop off! All works must be appropriately framed, or unframed! Proper Hardware is required! No Saw Tooth Hardware! Installations: Multiple images required-Work to be installed by the artist. Failure to follow instructions may result in the nullification of your entry. Your payment will serve as your acceptance of the terms and conditions stated in this prospectus. Delivery/Pickup of work:
- Delivery: Hand-delivered work ONLY. Packaging must be removed from the gallery at the time of delivery. Pedestal (3 available) / wall mounting shelf must be supplied by the artist. One label on back of artwork and one label handed in at drop off.
***Signed Waiver at time of delivery. Waivers and labels are available on our website: http://hob-art.org/become-a-member/ 2. Pick Up: Artist is responsible for pick up. hob’art gallery, its volunteers, members & officers accept no responsibility for work(s) not retrieved on pick-up date. A fee of $5.00 /day will be charged to the artist thereafter for storage. After 30 days the gallery may dispose of the work. 3. Sales: Inquiries are directed to the artist. hob’art does not take a % of sales. Liability: Great care will be taken with all works, but artists are responsible for insurance. hob-art Gallery, its volunteers, members & officers are not responsible for any loss or damage to work while on the premises or in transit to or from the gallery. The submission of a work of art to this exhibition and a signed waiver shall be understood to constitute an agreement on the part of the artist to the conditions set forth in this prospectus. ENTRY FORM: Name: Address: City/State/Zip: Phone: Email: Image List: 1. Title: Medium: Size(framed): Price: 2. Title: Medium: Size(framed): Price:
Performance at hob’art gallery
Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 7pm
Monroe Art Center
720 Monroe Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Reservations are highly recommended as space is limited.
Tickets are $10 for non-members and $8 for hob’art members.
For reservations contact Olga Guerra: email@example.com
Marafanyi was founded by international performing and teaching artists, Lara Gonzalez & Yael Shacham, this pioneering group, presents an artistic expression that fuses original songs and spoken work with traditional West African rhythm and dance, showcasing indigenous instruments. The ladies have been traveling to Guinea, West Africa for training in the local performing arts and to participate in cultural assistance projects since 2001.
Their infectious energy, genuine warmth, and rock solid musical talent has placed them in demand for events that have included, World (Angelique Kidjo), Folk (Odetta), Rock (Hamell on Trial), Jazz (Hoboken’s own Perry Robinson), Spoken Word (Carl Hancock Rux) and Metaphysical (Ram Dass). Marafanyi is known for diverse creativity – percussion is just the beginning! Visit their web pages.
https://www.facebook.com/events/364749557001209/?notif_t=plan_user_invited http://www.marafanyi.com & http://www.facebook.com/Marafanyi Simultaneously, ‘Colorscapes’, the night light photographs of Tom Egan and the abstract paintings of Susan Davis are on view at the gallery,. Further information can be obtained from the Director, France Garrido, 201-319-1504 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Gallery hours: Thursday – Sunday, 1-5pm and by appointment. Free parking is available at the rear of the building on Jackson Street!
PHOTOS BY TOM EAGAN
“The Group” Artists Talk
hob’art Holiday Party
All are welcome!
(Members and non-members)
“Before and After” at hob’art
Another Fabulous Opening
Thank you to all participating artists!
PHOTOS BY TOM EAGAN
November 9, 2013
hob’art & THE CAST IRON LOFTS 837 JERSEY AVENUE, JERSEY CITY, NJ Jersey City Artist Studio Tour & The Hoboken Open Studio Tour Mixed Works Members Exhibition – October 5, 2013 –November 9, 2013 Cast Iron Lofts 837 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City, NJ Hours: Fridays 6 – 8pm Sat & Sun 12 – 6pm / Gallery information: (201) 319-1504 Artist’s Reception: Saturday, October 5, 12 PM – 4PM The members of hob’art cooperative gallery present a Mixed Works exhibition to the citizens of Hoboken and Jersey City as part of the Jersey City Artist Studio Tour the weekend of October 5 and 6, 2013 and the Hoboken Open Studio Tour on November 1 and 2, 2013. The show opens on October 5, and closes on November 9, 2013. A reception to meet the artists will be held on October 5 from noon to 4pm. A Cast Iron Loft van will shuttle visitors from the Jersey City Hall on Grove Street (near Grove St. Path Station) to the exhibition. Contact Liz Cohen (201) 424-1275 on day of visit for more information. The Mixed Works title of the show refers to the fact that there will be a large variety of media shown. Members of hob’art co-operative gallery will exhibit paintings, collage, sculpture and installations, photography and digital art. The curator of the show is artist Howard Berelson. The members especially want to thank the Cast Iron Lofts for allowing hob’art to use the premises to showcase this exhibition. They also thank the City of Jersey City’s office of Cultural Affairs and Pro Arts for allowing us to show during the JCAST.
What’s Happening! @ DRAWING ROOMS
Friday, August 9th 5:30-8pm
SEASON CLOSING PARTY
What’s Happening! is a DRAWING ROOMS event that features an evening of unique presentations in each of the exhibition rooms of our current show, including spoken word, music performances, artist demonstrations and interactive art-making. Wine will be served. Admission is free. drawingrooms.org email@example.com
Victory Hall DRAWING ROOMS 180 Grand St Jersey City
Artist’s reception for
“Arc of Vision” at hob’art Gallery
Opening Aug 2nd and running until Aug 25th
hob’art member and master Senegalese glass painter Ibou Ndoye August 9 – 11. Opening reception : Friday August 9, 2013 From: 6 pm – 10 pm Ibou will be showing his different styles of glass painting , traditional glass painting and his innovative style called “broken glass painting” . Everybody is welcome at Issyra Gallery so do come for a fun exciting art filled evening !!! Issyra Gallery, 313 First St., had its grand opening yesterday. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (201) 459-0700.
Ibou Ndoye, Liz Cohen, Alberte Bernier, Pauline Chernichaw & Geraldine Gaines
hob’art members, Liz Cohen and Pauline Chernichaw, at Ceres Gallery Sight Specific’s opening reception at Ceres Gallery, 547 West 27th Street, NYC is Thursday June 27 Great turn-out for the John Talbot Collage Workshop.
Two hob’art members, Erik Attia and Don Sichler, will be showing at Four Word Progress: A Group Change of Perspective
“Four Word Progress” (FWP) is curatorial exploration. The artist is tasked with answering the questions “What do I desire in my life” and “How do I wish to see it represented in our community”. We are looking for art that is emblematic of the artists own aspirations and ambitions for themselves as well as their community.
Opening Reception, July 9th, 2013
280 Grove St, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Rite of Passage
Opening Reception: June 8th, 9am to 12pm
Show: June 1 – July 13, 2013
Sovereign Bank, 86 River St, Hoboken, NJ
Monday – Wednesday, 9am-5pm Thursday- Friday 9am-6pm Saturday, 9am-12pm
May 25 & 26, 2013 hob’art gallery 2013 Paterson Art Walk The Art Factory 70 Spruce Street Paterson, NJ Hours: 11am to 5pm
The hob’art co-operative gallery is delighted to announce a new group exhibition, Joy-US, to be held during the Paterson Art Walk on May 25 and 26, 2013. The exhibition will be open to the public at the Art Factory, 70 Spruce Street, Paterson, NJ, 11:00 am to 5 pm each day. Admission is free.
The artwork on display will be colorful, energetic pieces to celebrate our joy at being members of a vibrant and strong artists community in Hoboken and all of North New Jersey. Roslyn Rose and Howard Berelson will show bold, bright images that demonstrate their digital talents. Cassandra Jennings Hall and Joe Gilmore will be presenting their colorful and sometimes humorous paintings. Ibou Ndoye, Erik Attia, Geraldine Gaines, and Liz Cohen will be expressing their feelings in the traditional and cross cultural art forms of wood carving, reverse glass painting, mask making, and works on paper. Found objects are transformed into mixed media works by, Carla Cubit, and Miriam Untoria. hob’art photographers, Pauline Chernichaw, Barbara Jacoby, Starr Tucker Ortega, and Tom Egan will showcase their striking and provocative images.
Join us along with hundreds of attendees from the Tri-State Metropolitan area, who attend this annual art festival supporting the artists from this large and varied metropolitan area. For more about hob’art and this event please visit our web site at www.hob-art.org.
PATERSON ART WALK 2013
Thank you to everyone who helped out: Ibou Ndoye, Rustin Hill, Starr Tucker Ortega (and family!), Geraldine Gaines, Miriam Untoria, Cassandra Jennings Hall and all of the showing artists who submitted their work. I would also like to thank Liz Cohen who organized this show and graciously collected and stored the artwork for all of the artists who were unable to be present for the hanging.
Thanks to all the teachers and participants who made this a great day.
Teach Fest at hob’art
with Monroe Center for the Arts
Look for us at
Art Walk 2013
Paterson, May 25th-26th
Joe Gilmore at the Sovereign Bank
The Mother Ship
Opening reception: April 18th 4-6PM
hob’art member Roslyn Rose at the Distillery Gallery in Jersey City
hob’art in the news:
The hob-art to host mixed medium exhibition
featuring art of two members
By Charles Hack/The Jersey Journal on March 12, 2013 at 9:23 PM
The opening reception where visitors can meet and greet the artists Janet Kravetz Hollander and Don Sichler, will be held at the gallery at the Monroe Art Center, 720 Monroe St., on March 30, from 6 to 8 p.m.
On the exhibition’s final day April 21, Gallery Walk Day, both artists will talk about the artwork on view at 3:30pm. The artists thank the and the hob’art gallery for their support of this exhibition.
In this collection of Digitally Enhanced Photographs, “Reflecting on Trees,” Don Sichler explores the symbol as it affects our culture and language.
Sichler uses the camera to record an image, and then he expands and deepens the final print with the resources of the computer.
Janet Kravetz Hollander’s drawings attempts to reveal the distinctive gestures and visions by which the physical world is experienced. The pictures in Arbor Day are of trees from places Hollander has lived or has dreamed about.
Janet Kravetz Hollander: Beverly Road, mixed media, 2013. Photo courtesy of artist.
Gallery information can be obtained on the website and from the director, France Garrido, (201) 319-1504 or email@example.com
We are now listed on Manhattan Arts International The hob’art co-operative gallery, with membership from the Metropolitan area, exists primarily to serve the community by providing a showcase for fine art and to support local artists. Exhibitions are held in the new hob’art gallery in Hoboken, NJ and in museums and art centers throughout the region. Members are encouraged to offer their talents to the community through classes, demonstrations, and talks about art, mediums, and personal motivation. http://www.manhattanarts.com/
The Sovereign Bank is at 86 River St. on the corner of Newark St. (just one block NORTH of the Hoboken PATH station.)
hob’art artists in Ladies First Female Artists Showcase @ Boca Grande / JC Fridays Friday March 1, 2013 7:00pm until 12:30am
In celebration of JC Fridays, Boca Grande will be hosting an art opening reception featuring the artwork of two hob’art artists: Liz Cohen and Carla Cubit.
Exhibiting artists: Alicia Ruth, Andrea McKenna, Jaymie Stein, Leona Strassberg Steiner, Stephanie Guillen, Meghan McKee, Monique Sarfity, Carla Cubit, Ellen Glynn, Alexis Rotter, Bojana Cokalyt, and Ashley White Jacobson The show will run until March 31. Rock trio Violet Hour will also be preforming after 11. Boca Grande Mexican Cantina 564 Washington Boulevard, Jersey City, New Jersey http://jcfridays.com/
hob’art artists talk about their work in the “Archaeology of Color” show at hob’art Gallery on the closing day of the show.
Next month, March 17th, come and listen to Tom Egan and Joe Gilmore talk about their work in the upcoming”Brushstrokes and Grain” show at hob’art.
Clifton Arts Center
Last Saturday, February 16th, several hob’art artists spoke about their work exhibited in the “Alchemy” show at the Clifton Art Center. Listening to artists speak about the creative process gives us insight into the thoughts and ideas. This show closes Saturday, February 23rd, so there is still time to stop by and see the work.
|Mike Conners||Erik Attia||Howard Berelson|
Artist reception for “Archaeology of Color” at hob’art Gallery
Saturday Feb. 2, 2013
Curated by Willie Baez
Show runs until Feb. 17th
On Thursday, January 31st, 2013 at 6PM, The Hoboken Public Library will be hosting hob’art member artist Ibou Ndoye, who will lead a unique art workshop: African Mask Making. Mr. Ndoye will demonstrate traditional African mask making with students following along to create their own masks to take home! This is a two part workshop Jan. 17th and Jan. 31st. This is a fun program that works for both kids and adults and it’s FREE! Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/
Alchemy Show at the Clifton Arts Center
January 19, 2013
Artists talk February 16th at 1:30 PM
(snow date February 23rd)
Show runs until February 23rd
hob’art member Ibou Ndoye at The Art Factory in Paterson, NJ Jersey City Artist Ibou Ndoye Showing Mixed-Media Work at Art Factory in Paterson By Summer Dawn Hortillosa
Jersey City artist Ibou Ndoye, best known for his African-style art, will team up with his fellow hob’art artist collective member and aesthetic complement, Hoboken artist Liz Cohen for a new mixed-media show in Paterson. Ibou, a Senegal native who moved to America in 2001, loves sharing his culture with local artists and art lovers. For example, he has taught he trademark glass painting techniques to artists in both Jersey City and Hoboken and even to guests at the Hoboken Shelter. “I am a story teller who uses the visual imagery of my life in Senegal and my new life in America to tell the idea that art is universal and that art is for everyone,” he says. “I like to mix up the traditional African perspective with what I experience here in America to make fresh new images. I am always trying to make a parallel between two cultures and see where I find myself. Here in America, you meet people from all backgrounds from all over the world and there’s a lot of things we share in common.” His co-exhibitor Cohen, on the other hand, is influenced by other native cultures. “For years I have been fascinated by the art forms of the indigenous people of the earth, in particular, the Aboriginal people of Australia,” she says. “The colors and symbol system I have created in my works are directly influenced by the art of the Aboriginal culture and other traditional artists I have met in Central and South America, the Caribbean and Ghana and Nigeria.” Ndoye, who lives in the Journal Square area, says that sometimes people mistake his work for Cohen’s and vice versa. “I like that we almost use the same colors and African textile designs, a lot of patterns, but sometimes people don’t know which is which. As an artist I believe in cultural fusion, but not cultural confusion. Our work is more about culture fusion and getting rid of the confusion existent all over the world,” he says. Their show, “Mixed Up in the Mixed Up Media” will be on view at the Art Factory, 70 Spruce St., Paterson, through Dec. 31. A reception will be held on Sunday, Dec. 9, from 4 pm to 6 pm. For more information, visit IbouNdoye.com.
THE HOBOKEN MAKE-A-THON
January 11th 2013 – January 12th 2013
9PM – 9PM
Hoboken Elks Lodge #74 1005 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ 07030
All proceeds going directly to Super-storm Sandy’s worst hit victims.
From 1/11/13 – 1/12/13 Artists of every background and media will converge on the Hoboken Elks Club and transform the grand ballroom into a massive 24-hour art studio and performance space.
hob’art member Roslyn Rose exhibits work at the Monmouth Museum
January 19 – March 3, 2013
This annual exhibition features artwork in a variety of genres and media by artists from across the country, including the work of hob’art member Roslyn Rose.