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The art of Hoboken Studio tour showcasing city’s artists is 30 years old Gene Ritchings Managing Editor


n a city as teeming with creativity as Hoboken, you can pack a lot of art into one square mile, and a walking tour along its tree-lined autumnal streets is the best way to see it. That was the idea behind the founding of the Hoboken Artist Studio Tour, and it’s time again for the annual weekend long event, as the tour begins its fourth decade. At its inception, the tour featured only 15 artists. Thirty years later, it boasts ten times that many, and is a bigger than ever celebration of the city’s creative energies. The 30th annual Hoboken Artist Studio Tour runs on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 6 and 7 from noon to 6

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p.m. and is sponsored by Mayor Dawn Zimmer, the City of Hoboken, the Hoboken Reporter and The Hudson County Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs. So grab a map and view scores of exhibits and visit studios where all kinds of art is created. Many of the artworks will be for sale, so don’t forget your checkbook. Creativity will be on display in a multitude of forms and venues. Many of Hoboken’s outdoor cafes and multi-cultural restaurants will display art and will offer brunch, lunch, and dinner specials throughout the day. Some establishments will even offer live performances.

lage and paintings on silk. Some of the featured art this year includes Tim Daly’s realist paintings and drawings, Adam Saynuk’s macro photography and his interactive “Mood Book,” Frank Hanavan’s acrylic landscapes of Hoboken, photographic montage by Roslyn Rose, Kenneth Mueller’s balance stone sculptures, photography by Virginia Rolston Parrott, Doug Auld’s large realistic paintings, furniture restorations by Chapeau Design, a group exhibition by the Paterson Arts Council, “Wishing Tree Installation” by students from the Elysian Charter School, and much more.

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A walking tour Even though there are more than 41 stops on the tour, it’s designed so you can walk from one studio or group exhibition to the next. Or, if you prefer, you can take the free shuttle bus, which will be stopping at 7 or 8 locations around the mile-square city, including City Hall, the PATH station, the Neumann Leather Building, 38 Jackson Street (The Pudding Factory), Hoboken Historical Museum, 720 Monroe Street Arts Center and more. You’ll find a map of the attractions inside this supplement and they’ll also be available at City Hall, 94 Washington St., between 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. on the days of the tour. As diverse as the art itself, the tour’s popularity draws artists from far beyond Hoboken. From the shores of foreign lands to our own metropolitan area, you will find over 150 artists and their work, representing an exciting variety of media and design. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists, photographers, sculptors and artisans in their own studios, where they can witness the creative process at work.

A diversity of styles The media will range from classical figurative realism and abstract expressionism to sculptures and photographic computer generated images, oil paintings, watercolors and acrylics, multi media col-

Friday night a preview party will be held at 918 Willow Ave. from 6 – 8 p.m. and on Saturday you’ll find live music and a reception there all day long, plus a variety of paintings and drawings. Art will be on display in 41 locations, large and small. At City Hall, 94 Washington St. (open both days and barrier-free) the works will range from paintings in oils and acrylics to mixed media pieces and assemblages, watercolors, landscapes and portraits, realism, impression and surrealism. At the Lib Art Gallery, 1317 Willow Ave. (open both days) the exhibits will include reclaimed functional art, ceramics, photography, and mixed media. Some of the biggest exhibits will be available at the city’s largest and best-known artist studio addresses: the Monroe Arts center, 720 Monroe St., where in addition to artworks, poetry and music and discussions will be available; the Friary, 619 Jefferson St., where spoken word, music and films will be offered; and the Neumann Leather building at 300 Observer Hwy. The Hoboken Artists Studio Tour is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development and by the County of Hudson, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.

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Letter from the Mayor Welcome to Hoboken’s 30th Annual Artists Studio Tour! With an eclectic mix of artists from all over the tri-state area exhibiting in more than 40 locations all throughout the City, this year’s tour is sure to be one of the largest and most successful ever. 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.

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 sponsors, the Hudson County Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs and the Monroe Center for the Arts, for their contributions to this year’s artists’ studio tour. So please come and join us on November 6th and 7th from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. for the 30th Annual Hoboken Artists Studio Tour. Sincerely, Mayor Dawn Zimmer

Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Anna Ortiz-Neustrup/oil on linen on panel, surreal still life/ www.annaortiz.org Carla Cubit/Mixed media pieces and assemblages using found objects/ www.wahcenter.net/salon/ 2005/carlacubit James Collum/oil paintings & mixed media drawings; abstract landscapes using built up surfaces & brilliant colors to create impressionistic structural imagery/ www.jamescollum.com Neri Orozco/abstract realism, acrylic on canvas Patricia L Banks/Abstract Collage w/watercolor Peter Ceccon/Acrylic Paintings, collages, Expressionism Stephanie Riggi/oil and acrylic expressionist paintings; bright bold sexy kitties/www.sriggi.com

#6. 235 Garden Street


#1. City Hall, 94 Washington Street

Open Sat & Sun 5 steps hob’art Group Show Liz Cohen & Ibou Ndoye/Painters and Mixed Media artists/reverse glass painting/ www.elizabethweinercohen.com www.ibouart.com Ibou Ndoye will play djembe & talking drum on request

#7. Photo Express, 326 Washington Street Open Sat only Barrier Free Lisa D’Imperio/Photo journalistic canvas prints with a 3-D effect

#8. 310 Hudson Street Open Sat & Sun 8 Steps Stan Lindwasser/Abstract: Acrylic on paper and canvas/ www.stanlindwasser.dphoto.com


#13. M. Avery Designs, 266 7th Street

#19. Galatea Lingerie, 1224 Washington Street

Open Sat & Sun 1 step up Megan M. Avery/Fabric/ Sat: 12-2pm Handbag workshop 2:30-4:30pm Quilt Workshop Sun: TBD www.maverydesigns.com

Open Sat & Sun, 1 Step Diane M. Stiglich/Paintings on paper using acrylic paints and charcoal

#14. D’s Soul Full Cafe, 918 Willow Avenue


Zion Smith/figurative paintings; portraits in oil & acrylics KittDesigns/photography and photo illustration/ www.kittdesigns.carbonmade.com Ninetta Nappi/Watercolorist: Reaslism & Impressionism/Sun, Nov 7 @ 2pm: Ninetta will paint a Watercolor still-life/www.ninettanappi.com

#9. 631 Bloomfield Street, Apt.3

#2. 100 Bloomfield Street

Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Joe Greenberg/works on paper, monotypes, paintings www.josephgreenberg.com Fire Dance Squad from the STY Group/dance performance Will perform at 2pm on both days. The Hudson School/Paintings, photographs and sculptures by students/www.thehudsonschool.org

Open Sat & Sun 17 steps Bill Curran/Painter: oils and acrylics on canvas and watercolor on paper/www.billcurran.net

#3. Anastasia’s Accessories, 88 Garden Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Caitlin Nitz/Jewelry Design/ www.nixenitz.com Estella Lackey/Sculptures and Paintings

Open Sat & Sun 20 steps Rayhana Dahbi/painting on canvas, acrylic

#10. Community Church of Hoboken, 606 Garden Street

#11. 601 Park Avenue Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free The Hudson School/Paintings, photographs and sculptures by students/www.thehudsonschool.org

#4. 89 Park Avenue Open Sunday 2 steps up Miriam Wills/Acrylic collage on canvas, Semi-abstract paintings, Etchings/www.miriambwills.com

#5 William Howard Homes, 138 Park Avenue Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Lauren Ennist/Portrait Figurative oil paintings/www.laurenennist.com

#12. 600 Park Avenue Open Sat & Sun 1 step up Revival Vintage Boutique Natalia (Alina) Dos Santos/Brazilian oil and tempra naive paintings; reconstructed vintage clothing & accessories/ www.revivalvintageboutique.com

Open Sat & Sun 2 steps “D’s Soul Full 3” Group Show www.dssoulfullcafe.com Fri: 6-8PM Preview Party Sat & Sun: Noon-6PM Live Music & Reception. Fri. & Sat.: D’s Late Night Grill midnight to 4am Corey DeLise/Paintings on canvas/ Sarah Atallah/Abstract Acrylic Art on Canvas, Sarah Detweiler/Acrylic on canvas, pencil on cream rives paper/ www.sarahdetweiler.com

#15. 7 Fine Arts, 922 Bloomfield Street Open Sat & Sun 5 Steps Sheri Small/neo-classical painter, oils & acrylics, murals & portraits/ www.7finearts.com

#16. BAMA Gallery, 946 Bloomfield Street Open Sat & Sun 2 steps Lloyd Hazel/Mandala style silk screens that are handpainted/ www.bamagalleries.com

#17. Mackey Blue, 1200 Washington Street Open Sat & Sun enter 12th St. bet. Washington & Bloomfield Sts. Teresa Kruszewski/Black and White fine art photography/ www.51artstudio.com

#18. Galatea Linens, 1218 Washington Street Open Sat & Sun 1 step Diane M. Stiglich/Paintings on paper using acrylic paints and charcoal Art Reception Sat., Nov 6, 4pm-6pm

#20. Hoboken Historic Museum, 1301 Hudson Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Frank Hanavan/painter

#21. Lib Art Gallery, 1317 Willow Avenue, #1 Open Sat & Sun 22 steps Life Is Beautiful Art Show www.lifeisbeautifulart.com Cid Mendez/Reclaimed functional art, tables, chairs, lamps, belt buckles Eliana Iturbe/Oil Paintings/ Rotating Galleries Group Show www.rotatinggalleries.com Bread N Butter Photo/Photography and Skate Decks Jenna Lash/Acrylic Painter Lesley Siegel/Ceramics, photographs and tea stains Mey Veral/Oils, acrylics, mixed media Nena Tahil/Silk Paintings Rebecca Manson/Photographer Stephen Chopek/paint, glass and wood

#22. Battaglias Home, 1414 Willow Avenue Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Steven Vizena/Fine Art/large scale prints/www.stevenvizena.com

#23. Water Music Recording Studio, 931 Madison Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Ann Flaherty/paintings/Sat & Sun. hob’art Group Show hob’art A non-profit cooperative/ Artists use all media to create work/ www.hob-art.org Donna Doherty/Impressionist using acrylic/ Sunday only Gailene St.Amand/Visual Mixed Media and collages on canvas Laurel Brooks/acrylic on canvas and photography Liz Cohen & Ibou Ndoye/Painters and Mixed Media artists/ www.elizabethweinercohen.com www.ibouart.com

#24. Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe Street Barrier Free & Elevator Available Monroe Center Group Show Open Sunday Only The Eggplant Inc/knitwear featuring soft yarns and elaborate cables. Handbags from recycled felt and hand embroidered/ www.theeggplant.etsy.com Stephanie Swane/Acrylic and Oil paintings on canvas/ www.etsy.com/shop/swane Bernardo Corman/Artist Cassandra Kate Escobar/Runs a Radio station Chris Oricchio/Sculptor/ Chris Robinson/Artist Chris Young/Artist Dan Rible/Photographer David Huggins/Artist Doris China/Oils and Acrylics inspired by Puerto Rican foliage EddyD/Artist Francis Valela/Artist Harika Ozkaya/Jewelry Design with Mediterannean flare Irene Kotinsky/Artist Jessica Annunziata/Artist Joyce Zielaznicki/Artist Juana Corona/Artist Kristin D’Angelis/Artist Laura Morgenstern/Artist Lynda Smith/Poet La Ruche Art/Artist Marcellus/Artist Penelope Fox/Artist Robyn Prezioso/Artist Rosario D’Rivera/Artist Scott Scarpelli/Artist Sharon Sullivan/Photographer Shavaun Pizar/Photographer Sheldon Collins/Photographer Toni/Artist Vivienne Brown-O’Niell/Clothes & Jewelry Hairy Hand/Artist Gloria/artist Annie Fox/sculptor Amiel Gervers/Photographer

Monroe Center Studio Artists Laura Alexander/Studio #E-401B/ Open Sat & Sun Large Scale paintings in Oil Beyond the Photograph Studio #E-501B, Open Sunday Only Digital Photography School/Raise a glass to celebrate the joy of photography @3pm on Sunday/ www.beyondthephoto.com Leslie Rubman/Studio #E-205, Open Sunday Only Using found & recycled materials to create assemblages/ www.leslierubman.com Christina Andersen/Studio #E-506, Open Sat & Sun/floral designer, fresh & dried floral arrangements, European & contemporary styles using seasonal and imported flowers/www.christinaanderson floraldesign.com

Francine Demeulenaere/Suite E 408/Fine art paintings of NY & Hoboken Martin Andersen/Studio #E-506, Open Sat & Sun classical musician/Discussion with Martin Anderson of The NJ Symphony Orchestra about classical music, the violin and viola, instruction, etc. Virginia Rolston Parrot/Studio #E-506, Open Sunday Only Photographer/www.virginiaparrott.com Jason Jaskot Photo/ Studio #403A, Studio C, Open Sunday Only/Photographer using film and digital photography/www.jasonjaskotphoto.com Ed Tadiello/Studio #E411, Open Sat & Sun/ Artist and musician exploring contemporary realism/Sun: RYDE will perform a mix of Latin-jazz-swing @ 3pm

Hartshorn Portraiture/Studio #E-418, Open Sunday Only/ Fine Art portraiture/ www.hartshornportraiture.com McKevin Shaughnessy/ Studio #C-411, Open Sunday Only /Light sculpture, digital art and photography/ www.litemotifs.com The Theater Company/Studio #C-413, Open Sat & Sun/ Live Theater/Sat 12pm to 5pm - Coffee House with vocal performance & spoken word; Sat. 8pm - Pirates of Penzance; Sun. 12pm to 2pm - Coffee House with vocal performance & spoken word; Sun. 3pm - Pirates of Penzance/ www.thetheatercompany.org Cynthia Lammers/Studio #E-401A, Open Sat & Sun/ handmade jewelry using silver & gold, diamonds, precious & semi precious stones/ www.cynthialammersjewelry.com

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BUS STOPS • City Hall • 7th & Washington St. • 11th & Washington St. • 14th & Willow (CVS & Battaglia's) • 8th & Willow Ave. • Monroe bet. 7th & 8th (Monroe Center) • 1st & Monroe • 38 Jackson St. • 1st & Willow Ave. • Back to City Hall

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Meredeth Turshen/Oil Painter/www.meredethturshen.com Roslyn Rose/ Artistic Photographer specializing in photographic montages of vintage prints and current images/www.roslynrose.com Starr Tucker-Ortega/B&W photography and watercolor abstacts Tom Urciuoli/Oils, Acrylics, Mixed Media Joe Gilmore/artist, acrylics on canvas and reverse glass painting Cheik Fall will be drumming on Saturday Nov. 6th. Arona Ndiaye & Baka will be drumming on Sunday Nov. 7th


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Raymond Guzman/Studio #E-510, Open Sunday Only /traditional old masters oil glazes covered with French oil sticks/ www.royguzmanstudios.com Sissi Siska/Studio #E-510, Open Sunday Only/Hand-painted Silk & Digital Exploration/ www.sissisiska.homestead.com/ www.silkpaintinggallery.ning.com Robert Policastro/Studio #C-411, Open Sunday Only/oil paints, The Year of the Tiger - 2010, a series of fine art tiger paintings/ www.robertpolicastroart.com Joseph Borzotta/Studio #E-503, Open Sunday Only/oil painting Astro Monkey/Studio #E-503, Sunday only/mixed media

#25. The Citadel, 450 - 7th Street, 2B Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free & Elevator available Doug Auld/Realistic Oil Paintings/ www.dougauld.com/ www.auldprintcollection.com

#26. The Friary, 619 Jefferson Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free, one step to first floor; 2 flights of stairs to 2nd floor Joseph Lanzo/Digital prints and photo manupalation on canvas Adam Saynuk/Macro photography/ special installation: Interactive ‘Mood Book’ offering guests a tactile experience/ www.studiosaynuk.com Bob Lampert/watercolor artist


Elizabeth Walsh/pre-recorded interveiws and sound manipulation with an environmental installation involving fabric and foil/ www.elizabethwalsh.org Carl Baggerly/spoken word, music, film & environmental installation with fabric & foil Adam Budofsky/spoken word, music, film & environmental installation with fabric & foil Cecile Raley Designs/Jewelry Design/www.yvonneraley.etsy.com Johanna Wood/jewelry, hand embroideries set in sterling silver jewelry, semi precious stones and vintage beads/ www.metalclothandwood.com / www.metalclothnwood.etsy.com Elysian Charter School/Participatory installation - A wishing tree made of string and yarn strung to look like a forest/Sunday only Lauren Purcell/mixed media, collage, paintings, recycled fashion magazines and acrylics/ www.flickr.com/photos/ misslaurenpurcell Justin Donica/Artist painting in oil on canvas and found objects Margaret Chiaro/oil on canvas, figurative oil paintings/ www.margaretchiaro.com Matthew Pritchard/fine art photography, digital prints with a strong emphasis on documentary style/www.matthewpritchard photography.com Kenneth Mueller, Environment Balance Services/Balance stone sculptures/Saturday only





experimental compostions www.orlandoreyesart.com

#35C. 49 Harrison Street Open Sat & Sun, 3 Steps Laura Gravenstine (LMG Studio)/ Life caster & Fine Artist, 1st floor

#36. 650 Newark Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free The Pudding Factory Collective Group Show The Pudding Factory Film Studios River Clark/Photographer/ Filmmaker Seth Stewart/Dance/Choreography & Visual Arts

#37A. 38 Jackson Street



Bill Kadish/ watercolor and ink prints Ricardo Roig/Visual Artist, Printmaker, oil painter and mixed media on wood boards, linen and canvas, figurative sculpture/Sun, Nov. 7 @ 2pm: Watch Ricardo paint a portrait in 1 hour/ www.ricardoroig.com Michael Porcelli/paintings/oil on canvas Umbrella Arts Group Show, www.umbrellaarts.com Betsy Ball/Handcrafted print box sets Fahey Bodell/Contemporary Photography, Oil Paintings Harvey Stein/silver gelatin prints Patricia O’Maille/painting on paper Kana Kawanishi/wishing tree outdoor installation Tim Kirkpatrick/oil on wood Ambera Wellman/oil on wood panel Lorraine Mullins/Artist & Sculptor large and small scale sculptures using fibrous organic materials Live Music both days in the chapel and courtyard. Performers include: Dave Calamoneri, Julian Peterson, Lloyd Gold, Steve Teti, Jeremy Beck, Mark Giannotti, Jennifer Lampert, Las Vandelays Music curated by AMusicSpace.com

#27. 517 Jefferson Street Open Sat & Sun 6 steps R.E.U.J./fine art paintings on canvas, wood, denim using enamel, latex, acrylic and spray paint/ www.R-E-U-J.com Photo By Tone/photo prints on archival paper/ www.photobytone.com

#28. 4th & Jackson Gallery, 332 Jackson Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Anticipation Group Show Daniela Puliti/Abstract fine art Hugo Juraez/crosses mediums & technology/Fri. Night reception for the artists; Celebration of Hoboken’s new underground art scene; Food Drive for Local Homeless Shelter Nathalie Zaron/Photographer Hoboken Sculpture Garden Presents: Jordon De Liso/sculpture/musician: found metals and plastics, some glass, magnets, old electronics

Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free The Pudding Factory Collective Group show River Clark Studios Brian Corbet/Stand-up comic Kat+Duck/Photographer Jonny Rose/Live Music Jessamyn Clark/Painter Karen Keith/Jewelry Designer and Painter Tanaya Henry/jewelry design/ Lace by Tanaya Corey Daniels/Photographer Ocean Clark/Portrait artist & pop impressionist Phil Fung/Painter Jon Headlee/Photographer and video Rustam Devlitshin/drawing Jeanie Pebbles/Musician Michael Brown/Photographer

#37B. 38 Jackson Street Open Sat & Sun — Noon-4pm 4 steps Lorraine Mullins/Artist/ Sculptor: hanging large and small scale sculptures made from fibrous organic materials, 2nd floor ARTIST—MEREDETH TURSHEN

#29. Green Mountain Coffee, 302 Monroe Street Open Sat & Sun, Barrier Free, 2 steps Santiago Cohen/Oil Paintings on Canvas, colorful images of family life www.santiagocohen.com Anthony Dinallo/Painter, dreamscape, subconscious images The Benson Ridge Project/singer songwriter, original music/ www.bensonridge.com Oscar Feldman/Jazz sax & combo Zone/original & contemporary jazz Sondra/Tango dancing Music & performance both days: Sat. 12-3pm - Oscar Feldman Jazz Class; 3-5pm - Tango lesson and Tango Class; Sun.12-2pm - Benson Ridge; 2:30-3:15pm - The Locals; 4:00 - 5:00pm - Zone; 5:00 - 5:15pm - Tango Performance; 5:15 - 6:00pm - The Benson Ridge Project

#31. 211 Jefferson Street, Apt.1 Open Sat & Sun 5 Steps Vicky Benitez/ Photographer/ fine art photos on canvas and paper/ canvas prints painted with light/ www.vickybenitez.com

#32. 201 Madison Street Open Sat & Sun 25 Steps Hiro Takeshita/Origami paper art/www.hirotakeshita.com

#33. ArteMosaique, 128 Monroe Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free www.ArteMosaique.com Starr Tucker-Ortega/B&W photography and watercolor abstacts Willie Baéz/Acrylics and mixed media, Paper Collage on canvas

#33A. Northern Soul, 557 First Street Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Mr. Mustart/his work revolves around street art and collage

#34. 51 Harrison Street, 3rd Floor Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Habib Ayat/Acrylic or Oil paintings on canvas and Photographic prints/www.habibart.com

#35A. 47 Harrison Street Open Sat & Sun, 4 Steps Revival Vintage Studio Reconstructed vintage clothing & accessories/ www.revivalvintageboutique.com Natalia (Alina) Dos Santos/Brazilian oil and tempra naive paintings,

#35B. Paul Vincent Gallery, 49 Harrison Street Open Sat & Sun, 3 Steps Orlando Reyes/Painter using enamal and acrylics as

#38. Conveyor Arts, 117 Grand Street Open Sat & Sun 12 stairs www.conveyorarts.org Unusual Happiness Group Show Haley Bueschlen/photography & installation Jesse Chan/photography Sylvia Hardy/photography & installation Jason Burstein/photography Christine Labey/photography Special artists’ reception Sat. from 6pm to 9pm; food & drink provided

#39. The Drum Den, 333 Newark Street, 2E Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free, Elevator available www.drumden.com Logan Broussard/paintings, sculpture, and etchings inspired by the kabbalah, mixed media, oils/ www.loganbroussard.com

#40. Neumann Leather, 300 Observer Hwy. Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free, Elevator available Sofia Bachvarova/Paintings, Sculpture and intallations, figurative, landscapes and abstracts with mixed media, recycled materials, lights/5th Floor/ www.sofiabachvarova.com John A. Patterson/visual artist, ink, gouache, pencil, acrylic on paper or canvas Logan Broussard/paintings, sculpture, and etchings inspired by the kabbalah/ www.loganbroussard.com




Mary Ann Farley/Acrylics, Pastels, watercolors/5th Floor www.maryannfarley.com Tim Daly/Realist Paintings & drawings using acrylic, oil and charcoal/5th Floor Tim Heins/Realist painter using oil and watercolors/5th Floor/ www.timheinsart.wordpress.com Liz Cohen & Ibou Ndoye/Painters and Mixed Media artists/6th Floor www.elizabethweinercohen.com www.ibouart.com

John Kasich/Artist Kimberly Batti/Artist Teresa DeFabrizio/Artist Johan Palacio/Artist Marriot Sheldon/Artist Giovanni Cecchetti/Artist Gianfranco Archimede/Artist Tomaz Tomanek/Artist John Muti/Artist Charlee Swanson/artist John Kasich/artist Tami Crupi/artist Keli Dogherty/artist

#41. 66 Willow Avenue

#42. 321 Newark Street, 3rd floor

Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Venetian Design Group/Venetian Plaster Artisan, contemporary art/Saturday Only/ www.venetiandesigngroup.com Rosemary Gozalez/Hand-made art ranging from pillows to photographs/ Suite 66A Live DJ: Nov 6 - Snakechild, Nov 7- Food Stamps/ Open Sat. & Sun./ www.rosiesarered.wordpress.com ARTIST—NINETTA NAPPI

Michelle Doll/Figurative Oil Painting/www.michelledoll.com Santiago Cohen/oil paintings on canvas, graphic story folk style/ www.santiagocohen.com Ann Marshall/mixed media, figure painting combining traditional and modern materials and methods/5th floor/www.annmarshallart.com Roy Kinzer/acrylic and collage on wood panel or aluminum/Suite 5-H/ www.roykinzer.com Jean-Paul Picard & Mary Nicholas Picard/Photography and Handweaving combining both traditional and digital methods to create art/ Mary Picard-Handweaving demonstrations both days/ 4th Floor/www.jean-paulpicard.com/ www.marynicholaspicard.com Chapeau Designs/Furniture Maker, Artist/Sunday Only/4th Floor Jean Fowley/Painting, Drawing, Photography which is dismantled and reconstructed to create an abstract mosiac-like melding of art/5th Floor

Paterson Arts Council Group Show Open Sat. & Sun Donata Anna/Artist Happiness Akaniro/Artist

Open Sun Only Has Steps Stephanie Ashby/textural paintings, abstract collage & mixed media/ www.stefashby.com

#43. 76 Bloomfield Street, Community Room, 1st Floor Open Sat & Sun Barrier Free Peggy McGreary / Fiber Artist, Quilts/ Will display the Hoboken Quilt, made for the City's 150th Anniversary.

#44. 452 First Street, Apt. #2 Raul F. Bustos/Artist/carpenters chalk line perspective drawings/charcoal drawings/pastels




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Hoboken is a dynamic and vibrant community today due in part to the many artists who live and work here. Their commitment to nurturing the cultural canvas that makes Hoboken so special is very much appreciated. The Artists’ Studio Tour is an opportunity to thank them and admire their creativity and sense of self-expression. This event has become one of Hoboken’s premier cultural showcases for the talents of local artists. This year we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the tour, and I am proud to acknowledge the accomplishments of all the artists participating.


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

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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.

This is a special day for Hoboken, and I hope you will take advantage of everything our community has to offer.

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