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Welcome to the Hoboken Artists’ Studio Tour! Visitors can enjoy creative works all around town on Nov. 5 and 6 For the 31st year, The Hoboken Artists’ Studio Tour is welcoming visitors to check out all types of artists and performers in their studios around the milesquare city. It’s a chance to meet and enjoy the works of the creative people who give an artistic pulse to one of the East Coast’s most exciting towns. Visitors can use the map in this section of the Hoboken Reporter to tour the various locations in any order. The event runs Nov. 5 and 6 from noon to 6 p.m. each day. The Reporter is a co-sponsor of the event. Aside from enjoying the paintings, sculpture, photography, drawing, music, spoken word, and other creative art forms, visitors can see the city of Hoboken at its finest. Some of the locations are unique buildings such as former factories that were converted to artists’ workshops, so the locations are artistic in their own ways. In addition, you can stop into the mile-square city’s dozens of restaurants and shops to make for a perfect Saturday or Sunday afternoon (or both!) Popular stops on the tour, with many artists showing their work in one place, include the Neumann Leather Building, the Monroe Center, and new art galleries that have opened recently. One gallery is even debuting during the weekend of the tour. Two new galleries – The Lana Santorelli Gallery (628 Washington St.) and

Gallery 1200 (1200 Washington St.) opened this year and are full of surprises. A new gallery, “Artistocrat,” will soon open in the southwest corner of town at 49 Harrison St. Its founder will host a soft opening on the weekend of the Artists’ Studio Tour. Geri Fallo, administrator of Cultural Affairs for the city of Hoboken, noted, “We’ll have an information table at City Hall (94 Washington St.) on both days of the tour, where visitors can pick up the tour guides and volunteers will be available to answer questions. There will be an exhibit at City Hall featuring 16 artists.” The city will also provide a free shuttle bus service “the Art Hop,” that will stop at various locations throughout Hoboken, especially near the major tour stops along the map. Much of the art featured in the tour will be available for sale, as well. While you’re enjoying the art, why not support the artists and purchase some of their creations? The tour is in its 31st year. Meredith Lippman, who now works as the program development specialist at the Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, was one of the founders. “Hoboken had artists in 1981 but they weren’t necessarily very visible at the time,” Lippman said. “So what we did was create a Hoboken studio tour. We


met for about six months to start it, produced all the advertising, the maps, the posters, and that basically started the studio tour.” For more information, check this

pullout section and watch the breaking news at hudson reporter.com. Or contact Geri Fallo at City Hall at (201) 420-2207.


Letter from the Mayor Welcome to Hoboken’s 31st Annual Artists Studio Tour!


With an eclectic mix of over 150 artists from all over the tri-state area exhibiting in over 30 locations all throughout the City, this year’s tour promises to be a great one. You can visit artists working in their studios or stroll along our charming, vibrant streets and stop in one of the many local establishments that are taking part in the tour. Many artists will also be displaying their work at City Hall, which has always been a traditional venue for this event. The Artists Studio Tour is a unique opportunity to explore our City and discover all it has to offer. Whether you are walking along our waterfront with its stunning views of Manhattan or discovering our picturesque neighborhoods, you are sure to enjoy your time in Hoboken. The artist community is such an important part of what makes Hoboken unique, and my Administration has been working hard to protect it. The Neumann Leather site was recently declared an Area in Need of Rehabilitation - an important tool for preserving the

industrial arts use and historic character of the buildings. And we fought hard to make sure that the new owners of the Monroe Center share our vision for preserving the artist tenants and expanding the arts use of the facility. As in past years, our Division of Cultural Affairs has worked hand in hand with the Hudson Reporter to help stage one of Hoboken’s most anticipated cultural events. Their teamwork is greatly appreciated and guaranteed to make the tour a big hit. We would also like to thank our other sponsor, the Hudson County Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs and the Monroe Center for the Arts for their ongoing support of the studio tour. So please come and join us on November 5th and 6th from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. for the 31st Annual Hoboken Artists Tour. Sincerely, Mayor Dawn Zimmer

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1 City Hall 94 Washington Street

3 William Howard Homes 120 Washington Street

7 Lana Santorelli Gallery 628 Washington Street

10 D’s Soul Full Café 918 Willow Avenue

Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Ramp on Newark St. & elevator Stephanie Riggi / oil / acrylic / expressionistic paintings Carla Cubit / mixed media Cxain (Zion) Smith / oil, acrylic Patricia L Banks / abstract, watercolor Joe Guadagnino / photographic prints Joseph Lanzo / photography Barbara Street / photography J. Loren Photography Dennis Galante / fine art photography Neri Orozco / abstract realism / people / birds with comic twist Krystyna Stroinski / painting / drawing / metal & woodwork Justin Donica / painting / sculpture / collage Bill Kadish / watercolors / ink paintings Melissa Emily Mitchell / book of poems Spoken word performances 1pm to 4pm From her book: “Come Into My Place: A Collection of Love Poems.” Bernadette Micchelli / jewelry hand beading demo all day Sunday only Mark Wyville/photography/ Shavaun Pizar/photography/

Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Sophie Cooke / Oil paintings: figurative and abstract

Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap accessible Small Works Exhibition: Rassan Cobbs / Mixed Media Sarah Fattori / Oil Painting Robin S. Halpern / Mixed Media John Hampshire / Painting / Drawing Candy le Sueur / Oil Painting Misako Oba / Mixed Media Rachel Poulin / Mixed Media Ricardo Roig / painting Lana Santorelli / Oil Painting Jordana Scheer / Printmaking Doug Schwab / Photography Erik Sheets / Drawing / Mixed Media Helaine Soller / Acrylic Painting Lubomir Tomaszewski / Sculpture / Mixed Media Reception: Sat., Nov. 5th, 6-9 pm.

Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Jenny Orrok / acrylic & oil paintings

2 100 Bloomfield Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Bill Curran / acrylic/pastel/watercolor

2A Anastasia’s Accessories 88 Garden St. Open Saturday and Sunday Handicap Accessible Kristieann Fitzpatrick / jewelry & home accent pieces

3A Imago Beauty Group 113 Washington Street Not Handicap Accessible Ricardo Roig / fine art painter

4 235 Garden Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Liz Cohen / mixed media Ibou Ndoye / mixed media

5 Right Angle Gallery 320 Washington Street Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible hob art group exhibition Roslyn Rose / digital photo montage Gailene St. Amand / mixed media / collage / glazed tiles Thomas Egan / photography Liz Cohen / mixed media Ibou Ndoye / mixed media

5A 109 4th Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Jane Miglore / painter

6 310 Hudson Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Mike Lindwasser / digital color photography Stan Lindwasser / abstract / acrylic paintings

8 Community Church of Hoboken 606 Garden Street Open Saturday, Sunday` Handicap Accessible Joseph Greenberg / painting Ana Zalacain / drawings Letitia Groenewoud / artist Fire Dance Squad / youth dance group Performance each day at 1pm

9 Hoboken Public Library 500 Park Avenue Open Saturday 10-5pm; Sunday 11-2pm Not Handicap Accessible Reverse Glass Art Display: from hob’art held workshops at the Hoboken Shelter where participants learned the West African tradition of reverse glass painting by master painter, Ibou Ndoye.

11 BAMA Contemporary Art 964 Bloomfield Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible/2 Steps Mary Blackstock / photography / silk screen / mixed media

11A Garden Street Music 1018 Washington Street 2nd Floor Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Dance Exhibits & music performances

12 Home Studio 1101 Garden Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not handicap accessible Steven Vizena / sculpture / glass / digital art

12A The Artists’ Den 1020 Bloomfield Street Not Handicap Accessible Mao Liu / Emilia Liu / Kyle Liu Photography / slide prints / drawings

13 Gallery 1200: Community Gallery 1200 Washington Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible/1 Step Laura Rene Meyerson / painting Liz Cohen / mixed media Ibou Ndoye / mixed media Roslyn Rose / digital photographic montage





13A Mackey Blue 1200 Washington Street Store #E (12th St. bet. Washington & Bloomfield Sts.) Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Frank Hanavan / painter

14 Hoboken Historical Museum 1301 Washington Street Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Unfolding Landscapes: Books & Boxes Barbara Mauriello / book art / book binder / author of Making Memory Boxes

15 Monroe Art Center 720 Monroe Street Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Christina Andersen, E506 / floral design Cynthia Lammers, E401A / jewelry Diane M. Stiglich, 5097 / drawings Francine Demeulenaere, E608 / painting Laura Alexander, E401B / realistic oil paintings Martin Andersen, E506 / musician


Peggy McGeary / quilting Veronica Juyoun Byun, E404 / ceramic wall sculpture / pottery Hoboken School of Music, E502 / music education & music therapy The Theatre Company , C413 / theatre / Spoken word presentation both days open mic to follow / refreshments served Open Saturday Only Studio di Musica / Aysegul Durakoglu, C410 / live performance: concert pianist with students Open Sunday Only Ed Tadiello / painting Hartshorn Portraiture, E418 / fine art photography / family portraits HV Ceramics / Howard Viuker / ceramic Jada Fabrizio / photography Jason T. Jaskot, C403A / photography Joseph Borzotta, E503 / painting Kitt Designs Photography / Lynn Marie Hofher, C305 / photography Leslie Rubman, E205 / assemblage McKevin Shaughnessy, C411 / collage / light neon sculptures / photography Noah Guzman / multimedia art Raymond Guzman, E510 / painting / enamel glossy prints on metal panels Sissi Siska, E510 / silk painting Robert Policastro, C411 / painting /

pastel / pencil The Glam Fairy / Alexa Prisco, E410 / photography / make-up Urban Arts, E206 / art school free collage craft activity all day Virginia Rolston Parrott, E506 / photography / urban landscapes Shavaun Pizar / photography Zac Gross / venetion plaster design Thomas Egan / photography Joe Gilmore / collage / glass painting Suzanne Brown / Waterlily Studio Jewelry Eddy / artist Lynn Paret- Rock Star / artist Robert Travieso / artist Ruth Bauer Neustadter / artist David Huggins / artist Angela Pilgrim / artist Joyce Zielaznicki / artist Michael McManus / artist Maurice Murdock / artist Megan Gulick / artist Oscar Lugo / artist Louise Gale / artist Gloria Pacis / artist Susan Caput / artist Rita Marandino/ artist Louise B. Hafesh / artist Alvin Pettit / artist Alice Harrison / artist Angela Silletti / artist Francis Valela / artist


Elizabeth Francios / artist Roberta Millman-Ide / artist Sheryl Intrator Urman / artist Josh Matson / artist Marina Ruiz / artist Harriet Sobie Goldstein / artist Sumayyah Samaha / artist Cari Rosmarin / artist Erik Villanueva / artist Shauna Finn / figurative / realist painter James French / artist / handmade crafts Jupiter / artist Dan Ziv / artist Becky (Yo) Blair / artist Demer / artist Tim Parris / artist Dinz / artist Andrea McKenna / artist Wayne Edward May / artist Milton Edelman / artist Cal Carter / photography Sharon Sullivan / photography Mike McDough / photography

16 G0 Postal 302 Monroe Street Open Sunday Not Handicap Accessible The Benson Ridge Project / performances by local musicians / open mic



17 A Music Space 503 Third Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible / 1 Step Group show & performance / visual artists who are musicians, will display work and perform music Headbrain: Carl Saggaley, Adam Budofsky, Elizabeth Walsh / works on paper / film / improvised music and spoken word Dave Calamoneri / Photography on iPhone and Photo-paper Tom Costagliola /acrylics & oil on canvas Lloyd Gold / Acrylic on canvas Dan DeGraff and Anna Magdalena Francescutti / Screen-print & CDR David Ribyatt / Latex and enamel / collage and recycled art

18 Vicky Benitez Photography 211 Jefferson Street, Apt. 1


Open Saturday and Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Vicky Benitez / photography

19 Societa Madonna Dei Martiri 332 Adams Street Open Saturday Not Handicap Accessible / 1 Step Kitt Designs Photography / Lynn Marie Hofher / photography

20 201 Madison Street, Apt. 2 Open Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Hiro Takeshita / cut paper / contemporary art

21 452 1st Street, Apt. 2 Open Saturday Raul F. Bustos / pastel / pencil / architectural renderings

22 My T-Fine 38 Jackson Street, 2nd Floor Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible / 1 Flight Vadim Stain / figurative art / oils / pastels

23 Habib Fine Art Studio 49 Harrison Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible abstract paintings / mixed media STEPHANIE RIGGI


23 Artistocrat Gallery 49 Harrison Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible / 4 Steps Group show including work by Ricardo Roig / fine art painter

23 Paul Vincent Studio/Gallery 49 Harrison Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Group Show / mixed media & drawings from life drawing workshop

23 Paul Vincent Studio 49 Harrison Street Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Jay Boucher / interactive design / watercolor & ink wash / drawings

24 Hoboken Business Center 50 Harrison St., 1st & 2nd fl. Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Sandra Swieder, 1st fl. / photography / film exhibit: “From Across the River” focuses on the events of Sept. 11th from the Jersey perspective / screening of the documentary “The Jersey Side” VADIM STAIN


26 66 Willow Avenue, 3rd Floor Open Saturday and Sunday Not Handicap Accessible Nick De Pirro / sculptures / printmaking

Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible Traders of Babylon / metalsmith / 3D modeler Peter Ceccon / painting / mixed media / collage Santiago Cohen / oil painting / silkscreen / Sunday only Zac Gross / venetion plaster design / Saturday only

27 Wills Studio 89 Park Avenue Open Saturday, Sunday Not Handicap Accessible / 2 Steps up and down Miriam Wills / acrylic / collage

Stan Lindwasser

hob art group exhibit, 2nd fl. Starr Tucker-Ortega / photography / mixed media / sun prints Liz Cohen / mixed media Ibou Ndoye / mixed media Douglas Smith / photography Roslyn Rose / digital photo montage Gailene St. Amand / mixed media / collages / glazed tiles Thomas Egan / photography Estella Lackey / abstract sculpture & paintings

26 Traders of Babylon 66 Willow Avenue, Suite A

25 Neumann Leather 300 Observer Hwy. Open Saturday, Sunday Handicap Accessible CSK Art Studio, LLC, 3rd fl. / painting Robert Mammarella / paintings / abstract fantasyism & figurative Liz Cohen / Ibou Ndoye, 6th fl. / mixed media / dolls / sculpture Sofia Bachvarova, 5th fl. / paintings / sculpture / installations Mary Ann Farley, 5th fl. / acrylics / watercolors / art print pendants Jennifer Krause Chapeau, 4th. fl. / oil paintings / mixed media Chapeau Designs / Eric Chapeau, 4th fl. / furniture / antique restoration Michele Doherty, 5th, fl. / oil / acrylic / ink / digital prints Albus Cavus Artist Collective / mixed mediums / woodworking Eleanor James / mixed mediums / wood working Rene Broussard, 3rd. fl. / painting / sculpture / drawings David Krase, 3rd. fl. / abstract painting Picard Studios, 4th fl. / Featuring photography by Jean-Paul Picard and handweaving by Mary Nicholas Picard Liz Adams-Jones / 6H / oil painting / drawing Marshall Jones / 6H / oil painting / drawing / graphite Jean Fowley, 5th. fl. / mixed media Emily Rupnik, 5th fl. / oil painting / realism Owen Gray / aquatic painting / nocturnal landscapes Tim Heins, 5th. fl. / oils & watercolor painting / realist nudes Tim Daly, 5th. fl. / industrial, realistic landscape paintings & drawings Joe Velez / realistic painting & drawing Fund for a Better Waterfront, 5th. fl. / Architectual model / Renderings / photography Wildgraphic, 6th fl. / featuring mixed media & photography by Lisa Mermelsteen and Jane Greenbaum / scratchitti – illustrations / 3D animation / collage Mushmina, suite 5 / Fair Trade Imports / women’s acessories Nick De Pirro, 3rd fl., sculpture / printmaking Ann Marshall / 5th fl. / Portrait artist / pastel / oil / paper collage Deborah Pohl, 5th. fl. / installation / performance of Line #1 / will connect all artists on the tour starting at the center of her studio creating a line and working outwards. The line will start as an abstract floor & wall painting. A variety of materials will be used such as paint, string, grass, collage & more. This will be the first in a series of line pieces. André Kaulesar, 6th fl. / oil on canvas / mixed media Union Square Artists’ Collective: Amy Bauer, 5th fl. / drawings / photographs of tree sculpture Alexander Khost, 5th. fl. / oils / colorful cityscapes Frank Caracciolo, 5th. fl. / drip painting, depicting industrial landscapes Jasna Boudard, 5th. fl. / photography Shana Pederson, 5th. fl. / painting / mixed media / photo essay

To Lincoln Tunnel stop

BUS STOPS • City Hall • 5th & Washington St. • 11th & Washington St. • 14th & Garden (CVS, Bijou & Battaglia's) • 8th & Grand • Monroe bet. 7th & 8th (Monroe Center) • 1st & Monroe • 1st & Willow • back to city hall


Tour Map Key

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Jersey City


Studio III VII I Gallery, 1st fl. Featuring photography / sculpture / painting / by Stephanie Panepinto / James Saltzano / Kara Rooney


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To Holland Tunnel

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31ST ANNIVERSARY Hoboken is a dynamic and vibrant city due in part to the many artists who live and work in our community. We appreciate their commitment to nurturing the cultural canvas that makes Hoboken so special. The Hoboken Artists Studio Tour is a day to thank them and admire their creativity and sense of self-expression. The Studio Tour has become one of Hoboken’s premier cultural events, showcasing the talents of local artists. This year we are celebrating the 31st Anniversary of this event, and I am proud to acknowledge the accomplishments of all the artists participating. Today is also the perfect opportunity to explore Hoboken’s charming neighborhoods, unique shops, outdoor cafes, rich historic architecture and beautiful waterfront parks as you walk from studio to studio. This is a special day for Hoboken, and I hope you will take advantage of everything our community has to offer.

Mayor Dawn Zimmer Mayor Dawn Zimmer • Council President Ravinder Bhalla • Council Vice President Peter Cunningham Councilman at Large David Mello • Councilwoman at Large Carol Marsh 1st Ward Councilwoman Theresa Castellano • 2nd Ward Councilwoman Beth Mason 3rd Ward Councilman Michael Russo • 4th Ward Councilman Tim Occhipinti 6th Ward Councilwoman Jennifer Giattino

We strongly urge visitors to take public transportation, For details visit: hobokennj.org/visit/how-to-gethere/. Parking is available at municipal lots on Hudson Street between Second & Third Streets and the Midtown Garage at Fourth & Clinton Streets. For more information on the Hoboken Artists Studio Tour

Call 201-420-2207 or visit: www.hobokennj.org

The ART HOP is a free shuttle bus operating from Noon-6:00pm. To locate Art Hop shuttle locations: 1. View the purple bus route on http://www.hobokennj.org/thehop 2. Text “bus arthop" to 41411 (please note the space bet. “bus” and “arthop”) 3. Call 201-293-8958

Co-Sponsored by:

Funding for the Hoboken Artists Studio Tour has been made possible in part by a block grant from the State/ County Partnership Program for the Arts administered by the Hudson County Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, Tom DeGise, County Executive & the Board of Chosen Freeholders. Additional support provided by Monroe Center for the Arts. This ad not paid for with taxpayer funds.

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Hoboken Artists Studio Tour 2011  


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