THAT — The Hunterdon Art Tour


Celebrate the opening of The Hunterdon Art Tour and meet the artists at an opening reception Friday, May 3 from 7 to 9 p.m. at HAM. You can learn more about the opening here! The talented artists featured in the this special exhibition are: Bonnie Berkowitz, Berendina Buist, Karen Caldwell, Diana Contine, Adrienne Crombie, Inna Dzhanibekova, Doris Ettlinger, [Read More...]

Member Highlight Exhibition: Maureen Chatfield


Though she’s painted for several decades, artist Maureen Chatfield still feels a thrill when stepping in front of a blank canvas. “I deeply love the creative process,” Chatfield says. “It’s exhilarating, rewarding, frustrating and endlessly challenging.” Viewers can discover the results of her creative process in the Hunterdon Art Museum’s Member Highlight exhibition Maureen Chatfield: Emotions Through Color, [Read More...]

Ruth Marshall: Knitting the Endangered


Ruth Marshall’s creations weren’t inspired by visits to art galleries or at a university class, but by working at the Bronx Zoo. Marshall is an Australian-American contemporary textile-knit artist, whose vivid hand-knit replications of endangered animals remind us of the threat they face and the importance of wildlife conservation. Her work will be spotlighted in a solo exhibition [Read More...]

Kay Kenny: A Poetic Tribute to the Rural Night


Kay Kenny has enjoyed a busy career as a photographer, teacher, painter, and critical writer of visual arts. She has curated several exhibitions and her work can be found in an array of corporate, museum and private collections. And it all began with a class at the Hunterdon Art Museum. Kenny was eight years old when she won [Read More...]

Catherine Suttle: Spaces and Structures


Catherine Suttle’s paintings encourage audiences to appreciate the little things that are all around us but sometimes fail to notice. “My paintings reflect my conviction that beyond the obvious, there are nuances and subtleties to be seen and appreciated,” Suttle said. “They give my paintings their character, their personality. I enjoy the unexpected and the awkward, and my [Read More...]

Lace not Lace: Contemporary Fiber Art from Lacemaking Techniques


A ground-breaking exhibition highlighting how lace makers are expanding the traditional boundaries of their art form to create exciting work that investigates contemporary themes, materials and forms is at the Hunterdon Art Museum until Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019. Lace, not Lace: Contemporary Fiber Art from Lacemaking Techniques, reveals how contemporary fiber artists are applying bobbin and needle lace [Read More...]

Walter Chandoha: A Lifetime of Photography


The Hunterdon Art Museum focuses on the freelance photography of Walter Chandoha in a solo exhibition opening this fall. The exhibition, Walter Chandoha: A Lifetime of Photography, showcases his cat photography – taken long before the days of Instagram – his vibrant still lifes of vegetables and fruits, and his New York City candid images of the late 1940s and [Read More...]

2018 Members Exhibition


Explore the talents of the members of the Hunterdon Art Musem in this annual exhibition! Featured in this year's show are: Greta Anderson, Richard Begbie, Nancy Boney, Zenna Broomer, Patricia Cudd, Sarah Dougan, Yael Eisner, Maximus Faragalla, Pat Feeney-Murrell, James Fiorentino, Faith Frankel, Terri Fraser, Virginia Gifford, Gayathri Gowri Shankar, Lisa Hewett Heilman, James Irvine, Mariejon de Jong-Buijs, Nancy Koenigsberg, Joy Kreves, Matthew Kriegler, Dorine Lerner, Judi Lieberman, Mare McClellan, Kathleen McSherry, William Miller, Doug Munch, Paul Murray, Duane Potosky, Phyllis Raskin, Robert Reid, Donald Robinson, Elena [Read More...]

Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia


Find a class Become a member Donate For centuries, printmaking has consisted largely of using standard equipment to create one-dimensional images on a flat piece of paper. Oh, how times have changed! Prints on silver plate silverware and dishes, rusted paper and wheat paste, and even melting ice are just a few of the surprises awaiting viewers of [Read More...]

Mary Oestereicher Hamill: regardisregard


Mary Oestereicher Hamill is a multi-media artist and pioneer of participatory photo-based art, shining a light on the needs of poor and marginalized people in our society. The Hunterdon Art Museum will present her multimedia work regardisregard through September 2. regardisregard is a dialogue that calls into question contemporary art’s engagement with issues of human suffering and privilege. [Read More...]

Katie Truk: Stretched Sculpture


Katie Truk wants to prove pantyhose are more than just a torture device for women. Truk is a multi-media artist who creates colorful, enchanting three-dimensional work with pantyhose, wire, a sewing needle and thread.  Her solo exhibition, Katie Truk: Stretched Sculpture, opens at the Hunterdon Art Museum on Saturday May 12. Her inspiration to incorporate pantyhose into her [Read More...]

Painterly Abstractions


A new exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Museum offers an updated look at the many ways artists’ individual styles are revealed through abstract painting. Through the exhibition, viewers can discern the similarities and unique styles of each painter, notes Ingrid Renard, who is co-curating Painterly Abstractions with Hildreth York. Andrew Baron Andrew Baron, Reaping the Whirlwind Baron’s work [Read More...]