Art, Paper, Plastic

Way off the beaten art path is the Hunterdon Art Museum in central New Jersey. I’ve never visited, but it was well worth the 40+ minute trip from Northern NJ. […]

Extended Episode: Tom Nussbaum

This short film offers a retrospective of Tom Nussbaum’s lifelong dedication to the sculptural arts. Originally from Minnesota, Tom describes the various phases of both his life and work in […]

“There Are Flashes of Imagery”

Catherine Copeland – Parallel Narratives at Gitana Rosa Gallery, Piermont, NY Review by Peter Bonner My family and I visited Piermont, NY last weekend, a surprisingly short 11 minute drive […]

Episode 5: Kate Dodd

Artist Kate Dodd has had a rough few months with the premature removal of two of her recent installations. Last Fall, her site-specific installation for the Richard Meier/Teachers Village building in Newark, “Before […]

Living Together

We have a tumultuous relationship with nature; we try to control it, protect it, exploit it, destroy it, preserve it, etc. Planting a garden, killing weeds, mowing the lawn, picking up vegetables at the store, and vacationing at the shore are just a few of the hundreds of way we connect with nature."

Interview with Ken Weathersby

By Tracy DiTolla From Ken’s Bio: Ken Weathersby’s paintings were on exhibit in 2015 in “Off the Grid” at Pierogi Gallery, in “Textual” at Odetta Gallery, in a three-person show […]

Review: Pat Lay at Aljira

Artist Talk this Saturday, March 12, 2016, 2-3:30pm Join Pat Lay and Guest Curator Lilly Wei In Conversation with Aljira Visiting Curator Dexter Wimberly    review by Kasia Skorynkiewicz  As […]