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Two Mills Plein Air Festival

The Hunterdon Art Museum and the Red Mill Museum Village are teaming up to sponsor the third annual Two Mills Plein Air Day on Saturday, June 24.

Artists of all skill levels can enjoy a fun day outdoors creating art at one of New Jersey’s most scenic views along the South Branch of the Raritan River. […]

By |May 11th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Bank of America Lets Card Holders Enjoy HAM for Free

Bank of America and Merrill Lynch card holders can check out the Hunterdon Art Museum’s exhibitions of contemporary art, craft and design for free on the first full weekend of each month through Bank of America’s Museums on Us Program.

Museums on Us is a benefit to Bank of America and Merrill Lynch credit and […]

By |February 4th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Yoga at the Hunterdon Art Museum

Take a yoga class at the Hunterdon Art Museum. OM CLINTON YOGA offers a variety of classes in the museum’s galleries.  OM Clinton Yoga was founded by Gist Finley for the main purpose of making yoga (and all the benefits that come with it) available to everyone. 

All classes are “Pay What You Can” (suggested donation is $10). If […]

By |November 18th, 2016|News|0 Comments

A Place Where Art and the Environment Intersect

Picture a beautiful campus of rolling hills, woodlands and fields on 47 acres where you can paint, photograph and immerse yourself in the arts. A bucolic, peaceful setting, far away from the traffic and daily distractions, that inspires you to take your creative talents to an entirely new level.

Sounds great, huh?

This splendid experience is […]

By |August 30th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Terrace Named To Honor Artist Toshiko Takaezu

When renowned ceramic artist Toshiko Takaezu first gazed upon the charming waterfall beside the Hunterdon Art Museum in the summer of 1964, she knew she had found just what she was looking for: a home and a peaceful place where she could focus on her work.

“What a beautiful scene,” she remembered thinking.

That inspiring view […]

By |July 22nd, 2016|News|0 Comments

Interview with Artist Diana González Gandolfi

In her solo exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Museum, Diana González Gandolfi explores the life experience of being uprooted and moving among various cultures throughout the world. Her paintings and prints featured in Navigated Territories are autobiographical and are part of a series that focuses on memory, identity and place. 

González Gandolfi recently took a few minutes to discuss […]

By |June 17th, 2016|News, Artists|0 Comments

Interview with Jeanne Brasile, Through the Lens Curator

Through the Lens, one of the Hunterdon Art Museum’s current exhibitions, highlights the work of artists Lorrie Fredette and Gianluca Bianchino and features site-specific installations inspired by technology and rooted in nature and scientific discovery.

Bianchino’s work investigates physics, particularly as it applies to astronomy, while Fredette is inspired by cellular forms and investigations into viruses […]

By |February 3rd, 2016|News, Artists|0 Comments

An Interview with Collage Artist Peter Jacobs

Every day for the past 10 years, artist Peter Jacobs has created a collage from The New York Times. He scans the newspaper for inspiration, slicing out sections of pattern or color. Or, waving his knife like a magic wand, he’ll make a face, object or gesture disappear from a photo. He’ll attach the […]

By |June 12th, 2015|News, Artists|0 Comments

Sculpture Graces the Toshiko Takaezu Terrace

For decades, the Hunterdon Art Museum was graced by the talents and energy of Toshiko Takaezu, who played a vital role in the Museum’s growth and passion for contemporary art.

Now the Museum is graced by the presence of her sculpture, Three Graces in the garden of the soon-to-be christened Toshiko Takaezu Terrace, named to honor […]

By |March 12th, 2015|News, Artists|0 Comments

Contemporary International Tapestry Artist Spotlight: Archie Brennan

Archie Brennan has been a leading international figure in tapestry for more than 25 years. You’ll find his work in major art museums around the world, and he has taught and lectured at universities and art schools since 1962. Brennan joined his fellow artisans in 1948, as an apprentice. During his prolific career, he […]

By |February 6th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments