Exhibitions

Intimate Lines: Drawing with Thread

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In Intimate Lines: Drawing with Thread, 16 artists wield a needle like a pen to compose intensely personal stories and record intimate histories.

In this upcoming Hunterdon Art Museum exhibition, which opens Sept. 17, artists deal with relationships, gender and identity; their works show exquisite textured drawings that expand upon textile traditions to make compelling contemporary statements.

“Stitching is an intimate physical act, closely connected to […]

Joe Ciardiello: Spaghetti Journal

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Illustrator Joe Ciardiello has revered the Old West ever since he was a kid.

He grew up in a land where big-screen cowboys once galloped into the sunset – Staten Island.

No, really!

More than a century ago, when motion picture cameras first started rolling, many Westerns were filmed at Fred Scott’s Movie Ranch in South Beach, a Staten Island, NY, town just a short stagecoach ride […]

Christopher Darway: Sculptural Jewelry

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Christopher Darway’s new solo exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Museum may be titled “Sculptural Jewelry,” but that only tells part of the story.

Darway’s unique brand of wizardry employs the design and engineering of tiny – and not so tiny – objects, including kinetic jewelry; the invention of games and gadgets; expertise in metalcraft, gems and minerals; contemporary and synthetic materials including metal, clay, polymers, […]

2017 Members Exhibition

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This annual exhibition showcases the diverse talents of the members of the Hunterdon Art Museum. The artists’ work in an array of media including clay, photography, sculpture, glass, fiber, oils, acrylics and collage.

This year’s Members Exhibition features: Susan Amann, Michelle Auerbacher, Richard Begbie, Richard Carmella, Maureen Chatfield, Patricia Cudd, William Davies, Liz Demaree, James DePietro, Adrienne Der Marderosian, Don Esch, Faith Frankel, Kevin Hinkle, […]

The Art of Construction

Concrete, drywall, PVC pipes, wire, milk crates.

You’d fully expect to see these and similar materials at a construction site but not in an art museum. But the Hunterdon Art Museum’s latest exhibition The Art of Construction encourages viewers to see how common building materials can be bent, twisted and shaped to create intriguing works of art.

Lovina Purple is curating this show. The foundation for […]

Richard Wengenroth: Water to Paper

What better place for an art exhibition about water than at a Museum on the banks of a river?

The exhibition will focus specifically on rivers Richard Wengenroth painted in Sussex County, New Jersey.

Wengenroth holds a special connection with this section of New Jersey. Before joining the military, he enjoyed idyllic summer days in a simple wooden cottage built by his German immigrant grandfather on […]

HAM Faculty Exhibition

The Hunterdon Art Museum teachers will showcase their diverse talents in oil and acrylic painting, photography, ceramics and more in our Faculty Exhibition which runs from June 17 through September 3.

Faculty artists participating in this year’s show are: Karin Abromaitis, April Anderson, Megan Becker, Maureen Chatfield, Duffy Dillinger, Wendy Hallstrom, Rion Hoffman, Donna Lish, Cara London, Bill Macholdt, Stephen McKenzie, Kathleen Metaxas, Bascha Mon, […]

Steve Sitrin: Shape and Surface

Artist Steve Sitrin makes ceramic vessels for the pure joy of the creation process, and the surprising results his efforts yield.

“When I am in my studio I feel at peace, and it is in this state that I feel most inspired,” Sitrin noted. “There are many variables in this process which make each piece unique, often yielding beautiful and unexpected results. To me, it […]

Wes Sherman: Variations on a Theme

For the past year, Wes Sherman has been painting the same landscape.

The landscape has a horizon line high on the picture’s plane, a dark plant with several branches shooting upwards in the foreground and a red leafy plant to the right. Through his work, Sherman is attempting to determine how many different ways he can show this same landscape, but change the way he […]

Adam Welch: Brick

Adam Welch creates his art brick by brick. Literally.

Welch makes his own bricks by hand encouraging viewers to consider them as an art form while challenging their perceptions and preconceptions of art, ceramics and bricks.

The Hunterdon Art Museum welcomes Adam Welch: Brick with an opening reception on Sunday, Jan. 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. The artist will discuss his work at the reception, […]