Current Exhibitions

David Ellsworth: A Passion for Wood

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In a career spanning four decades, David Ellsworth has become one of the premier creators of turned wooden vessels, deeply influencing contemporary craft and numerous artists.

The Hunterdon Art Museum will spotlight his work in David Ellsworth: A Passion for Wood, an exhibition which focuses on the woodturner’s technical and aesthetic development through the years, noted Ingrid Renard. Renard is curating this exhibition with Hildreth […]

Wendy Ellsworth: A Passion for Beads

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Wendy Ellsworth creates art bead by tiny bead and with a seemingly endless variety of colors, shapes and textures at her fingertips, her palette appears unlimited.

“I consider myself a color artist, with beads representing tiny photons of colored light which can be woven together to form infinite patterns of beauty and delight,” Ellsworth said. “My approach to color is intuitive, a felt-sense of what […]

Painterly Abstractions

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A new exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Museum offers an updated look at the many ways artists’ individual styles are revealed through abstract painting.

Featuring the art of Andrew Baron, Lorraine Glessner and Suzanne Kammin, Painterly Abstractions opens Sunday, Jan. 14 with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend; the afternoon features gallery talks and refreshments.

Through the exhibition, viewers can […]

Young Artists Showcase

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The Young Artists Showcase is one of the Hunterdon Art Museum’s longest running programs, having started more than 25 years ago. The showcase has encouraged many students to enjoy the arts throughout their adult lives; some have even gone on to pursue professional careers in the arts.

Each year, the Museum invites elementary, middle and high schools throughout Hunterdon County to participate in a series […]