This year’s collection features African American visual artists from Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, NJ and Kentucky. A diverse group of themes is explored as we travel through conflict, migration, identity, and expression. As we move through themes of pain, we push towards triumph. Each artisit finds inspiration of the African American perspective.
A Salute to African American History and Art.
Meet The Artists Reception: Sunday February 10th - 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM ET
Sat/Sun: 9AM - 2PM
Whether it's the fiery passions of a new paramour, or the comforting embers of an old flame, the emotions of love have long been associated with the intensity of fire. In its controlled forms it is a harbinger of romance: candlelight & fireplaces. The art work in this exhibition captures this essence and the passion and intensity of love.
Event Image by Kierstan Craft
Alisa Guralnik, Andrea Morin, Ann Marie Rhiel, Anthony Wills, Bryant Smalls, Chris Ernst, Cecilia Martinez, Chazz Jogie, Carmen Vega, David LaMorte, Gino C Markocs, Irena Pejovic, Jill Caporoso, Kayt Hester, Kierstan Craft, Kofi Ofori, Luis Alves, Marina Marchand, Samantha Brinson, Susan Ward, Tim Tastic
The Bridge Art Gallery Presents:
Expressive Creative Soul - An Art Exhibition Celebrating Black History Month
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, February 16th - 12-6PM ET
That quiet feeling when you walk out into the freshly fallen snow. The reflections on the surface of a frozen lake. Snowflakes drifting gently down or hurtling in the blizzard winds. Reflections off the surface of a frozen lake. The slick danger of black ice. The sun sparkling through icicles. This group exhibition features works inspired by the depths of winter.
Event Image by Bryant Small
Artists include: Ann Marie Rhiel, Danielle Shepard, Heather Mitchell, Alisa Guralnik, Luis Alves, Anna Kasperowitz, Carlos Rey Sebastian, Bryant Small, Cecilia Martinez, Samantha Brinson, Sharon Sinton, J Farnsworh, Dave LaMorte, Chris Winslow, Dorie Dahlberg, and Christy O'Connor.
Light Refreshments Served. Full Menu & Bar available. Drink Specials All Night.
It's that time again! Dozens of Artists, Hundreds of pieces! Our 12th annual small works exhibit. Each piece is a small treasure, a tiny jewel, a miniature delight.
While this is not a "holiday" or "winter" themed show, we want to make the art available for the gift-giving season, therefore buyers may take works at the time of purchase.
No one wants another sweater. Give the gift of ART! (Or just treat yo'self. We won't tell!)
Hot Apple Cider Cocktails!
Light Refreshments Served!
Van Gogh Vodka Drink Specials all night!
Full Dinner Menu Available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Join us for the Opening of our Annual Holiday Art Market 2018.
Support local businesses and artists! All artwork available for purchase $250 and under!
Saturday, December 1, 2018
4:00pm - 8:00pm
107 Bowers Gallery & ArtSpace
107 Bowers Street
Jersey City, NJ 07307
December 7 - 21, 2018
Fridays: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
An exhibition featuring local Jersey City artists with works, all priced under $500. 5% of all proceeds will go to the charitable organization, the York St Project.
All works of art will be priced under $500 in the First Annual “Affordable Art” Exhibition.
The world so often flies by too fast. Our daily grind, personal responsibilities, passion projects, and side hustles combine with the 24 hour news cycle, local, and world politics and suddenly before we know it another year has flown by. This exhibit invites you to join our featured artists in taking a moment to contemplate the world beneath our feet. To literally ground yourself. Stop for a moment, slow down, and " Look Down.”
Event Image by Catalina Araunguren
Light refreshments will be served.
Drink Specials all night.
Full Bar and Dinner Menu available.
Artists include: Alisa Guralnik, Beth Achenbach, Beth Bentley, Bill Rood, Bryant Small, Cara Parmipiani, Catalina Aranguren, Clara Richardson, Danielle Shepard, Dave Dziemian, Dorie Dahlberg, Eric Fusco, Frank Ippolito, Heather Mitchell, Katsiaryna Pratasenia, Susan Bowen, Andrea Morin
The name is etymologically derived from the Greek root κλέω/κλείω meaning “to recount,” “to celebrate,” or “to make famous.”
With a nod to its inspiration, CLIO ART FAIR has been created with the idea of showcasing the careers and achievements of already affirmed creative minds.
By specifically targeting artists without any exclusive NYC gallery representation, CLIO ART FAIR focuses attention on the kinds of contemporary art and interventions that are being created by independent artists the world over, since 2014.
Who Are We? Who Am I? - PRO ARTS Member Exhibit: Friday, 10/5: 6PM-9PM (OPENING RECEPTION) Saturday, 10/6: 10 AM - 12:30 PM Sunday, 10/7: 1PM - 5PM
This year the ProArts Members Show during JCAST will focus on work presenting artists’ identification of themselves as part of something greater. Interpretation of this theme is wide: It may be political or personal but concentrated on a sense of group and/or "individual identification.
Friday, 10/5: 6PM-9PM (OPENING RECEPTION)
Saturday, 10/6: 10 AM - 12:30 PM
Sunday, 10/7: 1PM - 5PM
Diversity is synonymous with Jersey City and it’s artists are no exception. Abstract, realism, photography, sculpture, mixed media and a little bit of everything in between.
This exhibit is an example of artists who live here, work here, who explore, create and enrich this complex but wonderful city.
It's where artists thrive and are encouraged to be who they are.
A part of The Jersey City Art & Studio Tour!!
Curated by Andrea McKenna
Friday, October 5th
6:00pm to 9:00pm.
Gallery hours for the tour:
Saturday, October 6th and Sunday, October 7th
12:00pm to 6:00pm
Show runs until November 11th.
Cover art by: Paul Andress, "Life is Eternal"
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 Arts; administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development, and by the County of Hudson, Thomas A DeGise, Hudson County Executive, and the Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Art House Productions Gallery - 262 17th Street , Jersey City, NJ 07310 - arthouseproductions.org - email@example.com
Vibrant and culturally rich, Jersey City is the heart of art in New Jersey. This year marks the 28th annual Jersey City Art & Studio Tour and it’s going to be SO MUCH MORE!
This year, see my art at the following locations:
- ”Free to Fly” - ALcohol Ink Paintings by Bryant Small - Majestic Theater Condominiums
222 Montgomery Street, Jersey City
- Art House Productions
- LITM “Haunted” Exhibition
JCAST Preview Group Exhibition featuring work by over 25 JCAST 2018 artists- Jersey City Art & Studio Tour.
OPENING RECEPTION: Tuesday, August 7th - 7:30 PM ET
“49 Years; Embracing the Past” seeks to showcase art that acknowledges the struggle for equality by the Stonewall veterans and LGBTQ activists from the past and present, the fight for acceptance in the arts, government, sports, education, and entertainment, the AIDS epidemic, Marriage Equality, Gays in the military, and leaders and personalities such as Larry Kramer/Act Up, Harvey Milk, Audrey Lorde, Sylvia Rivera, and Virginia Woolf, and the diversity of views and voices found in the LGBTQ community.
“49 Years; Embracing the Past” is a companion exhibition with “49 Years; Focusing on the Future,” on display at the Hudson County Courthouse.
This show is an Official Jersey City LGBT Pride Festival Event.
“The less there is to look at, the more important it is that we look at it closely and carefully. This is critical to abstract art. Small differences make all the difference.”
― Kirk Varnedoe, Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art Since Pollock
OPENING RECEPTION: JULY 11th 6 to 8 PM
Each year thousands of art industry insiders flock to Artexpo New York in search of the art and artists that will shape trends in galleries worldwide. Hosting more than 35,000 avid art enthusiasts annually, we’re the largest international gathering of qualified trade buyers—including gallery owners and managers, art dealers, interior designers, architects, corporate art buyers, and art and framing retailers.
Is resistance only the refusal to accept the status quo? Is it just an outgrowth of an individual’s struggle for justice? If resistance is necessary for change to be made, does resistance to change always prevent progress? Come celebrate the opening of the new gallery, and the beginning of our season, both on the topic of Resistance. Paul Di Zefalo (event image)